Join us as we speak to John McCarthy of McCarthy Strategic Solutions about a variety of current hot topics in Kentucky. Topics Include the University of Louisville’s purchase of Jewish Hospital, Andy Beshear’s moves on Medicaid Contracts, Gambling in Kentucky, and JCTA’s efforts to allow personal days for protests in Frankfort. All of this and much more on episode 35 of Inside the Circus.
Welcome back to Inside The Circus! We are joined by Senator Steve Meredith as we take on some hot ticket items such as Former Governor Bevin's exit from office, sports gambling, medicinal marijuana, and more!
Welcome back circus fans! This week is Episode 33 of Inside The Circus and we are joined by a very recognizable guest in the state of Kentucky! Dave Adkisson is the former CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, as well as the former Mayor of the city of Owensboro! Join us as we dive into the functions of our state's Chamber of Commerce as well as the things Dave has learned along the path of his extensive and distinguished career.
Episode 32 is out now featuring Steve Sheldon from the Kentucky House of Representatives District 17!
Inside The Circus is back with Jerry T. Miller from the Kentucky House of Representatives District 36!
Inside The Circus is back! On this week's podcast we dive into the election results with Bob Babbage, former Kentucky Secretary of State and Leading Lobbyist at Babbage Cofounder!
Joining us on today's episode is James Tipton from the Kentucky House of Representatives District 53! Follow us on twitter @ITCRingmasters
Inside the circus is back with our 28th episode! Tune in for this installment featuring Senator Mike Wilson as we foreshadow what's to come in in the state senate, and discuss a new "meatier" pension bill that is on the horizon!
Welcome back circus fans! This week we are joined by J.D. Chaney, the Deputy Executive Director at Kentucky League of Cities!
This week's episode features the U.S. Representative for Kentucky's 2nd congressional district, Brett Guthrie! Join us as we discuss how taking on national issues in D.C can translate to big changes in the Commonwealth!