I want to welcome President Trump to Kentucky and look forward to discussing with him why we must repeal and replace Obamacare.

A Proud Welcome To President Trump | By Mitch McConnell

I am committed to working with President Trump and leading our Republican Senate Majority to fully repeal and replace Obamacare. We must make health care more affordable and accessible to the American people by repealing this disastrous law. Unfortunately, liberal Democrats will attempt to obstruct any effort to provide relief to the millions of Americans who have seen their insurance bills...
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I am pleased that President Trump signed into law my resolution repealing one of the worst regulations from Obama's war on coal. I am proud to work with the president to deliver for Kentucky's coal miners. With a pro-coal partner in the White House, we will continue to repeal Obama's regulations to bring relief and create jobs in our state.
I applaud President Trump's decision to nominate Judge Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court. Judge Gorsuch is a principled jurist and is exceptionally qualified to fill the seat of Justice Scalia. With the November election now behind us, I invite the Senate Democrats to respect the will of the American people and grant the new president’s nominee fair consideration and an up-or-down vote — just...
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Mitch McConnell: Democrats, ditch the apocalyptic rhetoric on Judge Gorsuch

Obamacare is failing Kentucky and health insurance costs across our commonwealth, and our nation, are skyrocketing. That is why, under my leadership, the Republican-led Congress is following through on our promise to repeal Obamacare and replace it with healthcare that people can actually use and afford.

Click below to read my full op-ed on Obamacare repeal:

McConnell: Obamacare Repeal Good for Kentucky

I'm proud to stand with our retired Kentucky coal miners to ensure they keep their hard-earned healthcare benefits.

McConnell Promises to Take Care of Coal Miners in CR

The E.P.A. is bypassing Congress and the American people by unilaterally proposing crippling regulations that would wreak havoc on our economy. I have used and will continue to use all of the tools available to protect families, jobs and our booming energy industry.

LIKE if you agree: We need to STOP the EPA's crippling regulations!
We should not be focused on getting the best deal Iran will agree to. For ours, Israel's, and the rest of the world's safety we need to focus on ENDING Iran's nuclear weapons program.
"Whoever fills the Scalia vacancy will owe his or her thanks to Mitch McConnell’s courage and stamina, and the loud and clear demands of American voters."

The debt to Mitch McConnell

"From the start, McConnell 'has been vigilant and irrepressible,' said Leonard Leo, executive vice president of the Federalist Society, a conservative group that has worked since the Ronald Reagan years to move the federal courts to the right."

How Mitch McConnell won the Supreme Court fight | CNN

Hillary Clinton is running for President Obama's third term and her Democratic allies are promising that if elected they will continue the same failed liberal policies of the last 8 years. That is why I am doing everything I can to ensure we elect conservative Republicans all across the country this November. Will you join me by signing my Republican Voter Pledge?



I hope you'll join me to help #FlipTheHouse and turn Kentucky red this November!

McConnell closes in on his quest to turn Kentucky red

"As a very savvy political strategist, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell foresaw back in February, in the immediate aftermath of Justice Scalia’s death, that Senate Republicans would win the political battle over keeping the Scalia vacancy open. That indeed appears to be what’s happening."

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Mitch McConnell’s Political Victory on Garland Nomination

Reporting bias crimes to the FBI’s annual Uniform Crime Report is 100% optional for law enforcement agencies. This dramatically affects the accuracy of these statistics and therefore our understanding of the hate within our society. Check out our interactive infographic to better understand hate crimes reporting and the gaps we need to close.

"Wyoming and nine other states sued the federal government Friday over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms conforming to their gender identity. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Nebraska and also included the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina and South Dakota. The filing comes...
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"Freedom for All Americans (FFAA) is a 'bipartisan campaign seeking nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people nationwide' that was created last year in the wake of the Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage. FFAA executive director Matt McTighe told me that the immediate backlash against that historic decision, such as Indiana’s so-called religious freedom law, was...
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A place to start in our mission to #EraseHate is to know where hate exists. Use our interactive infographic to see how many bias motivated crimes were reported in your state in 2014 from the most recent hate crimes statistics.

Enjoy this highlight reel of the June 14 interactive webchat on global LGBTI rights produced by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of International Information Programs. The panelists, including Judy Shepard and MSF Executive Director Jason Marsden, discussed the challenges, as well as the progress of LGBTI issues around the world, how the U.S. government and advocacy organizations such as...
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"While Americans have fiercely debated how to respond to the massacre last month at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., Brazilians have been confronting their own epidemic of anti-gay violence — one that, by some counts, has earned Brazil the ignominious ranking of the world’s deadliest place for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people. Nearly 1,600 people have died in hate-motivated...
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"Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced today that the Pentagon will lift its ban on transgender troops serving openly in the military ... Carter said, 'This is the right thing to do for our people and for the force. We’re talking about talented Americans who are serving with distinction or who want the opportunity to serve. We can’t allow barriers unrelated to a person’s qualifications...
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