Monthly Archives: October 2010

Make sure you vote on Tuesday!

Voting is one of the great privileges of living in the United States. Every citizen gets to participate in our government and have a say in the decisions that are made that will effect us both now and in the future. Tuesday, Nov. 2, is election day and with many national, state and local offices […]

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Kentucky Has Fourth Lowest Beer Tax

In a time when the state government seems to be strapped for cash and the governor continues to endorse an expansion of gambling as a way to fill the coffers, it’s interesting to note that Kentucky has the fourth lowest tax on beer in the nation. According to the Factbook of State Beer Taxes produced […]

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20 Percent Say They’ve Driven After Drinking

If there were any doubt that the continuing expansion of alcohol use in the United States is a major problem and health risk, the release of survey results by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration should help to settle the question. The recently released findings from a 2008 NHTSA survey indicate that as many as […]

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Welcome to our new WordPress platform

Welcome to the new WordPress platform for the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s Committee on Public Affairs blog. The new platform provides some administrative advantages on this end and we believe it provides a cleaner, easier-to-read look for you, the reader. Check this blog out regularly for news about issues of concern to Kentucky Baptists. Feel free […]

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