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McBrayer Law Clerks Take a Trip to Frankfort

Law clerks from our partners in the Lexington and Louisville offices came for a day to see how the government relations side of law works.  More ›

Celebrating Kentucky's 225th Birthday: Historic Kentuckian Lookalike Series

Featuring our famous Kentuckian lookalike series. More ›

Changes to Kentucky's Campaign Contribution Laws

What you need to know about recent updates to campaign contribution limits in 2017.  More ›

MML&K Celebrates National Travel & Tourism Week 2017

We are proud to represent no fewer than six tourism-related groups in their advocacy efforts to increase the power and presence of tourism as an economic driver. We celebrated National Travel & Tourism Week this year by reminiscing on some of our favorite Kentucky tourist activities. From bourbon to fishing, fireworks over Louisville to motorcycle rides in the Capital City, we can't get enough of our ol' Kentucky home.  More ›

Out and About: Volunteering at the Kick It 5K

Attorney and lobbyist Jason Bentley gives back through leadership, volunteer hours.  More ›

National Foundation of Women Legislators, Treasurer Ball, and Reynolds American Inc. Host Kentucky Luncheon

The National Foundation of Women Legislators (NFWL), State Treasurer Allison Ball, and Reynolds American Inc. hosted the NFWL Dome Tour Kentucky luncheon during the last week of the 2017 Kentucky General Assembly. More ›

Kentucky's 2017 General Session Ends

Pivotal pieces of legislation in review.  More ›

Out and About: Speaking at the Bluegrass Hospitality Association Town Hall

Sara Osborne talks tourism with Commerce Lex and the Kentucky Travel Industry Association.  More ›

Republicans Sweep in Kentucky General Elections

In historic fashion, Kentucky Republicans have taken an overwhelming majority in the state House for the first time in almost 95 years.  In unprecedented fashion, Republicans picked up 19 state House seats, giving them a large 65-35 majority. More ›

KY Primary Election Results

Tuesday’s primary elections in Kentucky have now set the stage for legislative battles in November.  House Republicans are setting their sights on trying to win control of that chamber from the Democrats who hold  slim 53-47 majority.  Meanwhile Senate Republicans are easily poised to maintain their strong majority.  The following is a roundup of key legislative primaries from around the Commonwealth. More ›