In the United States, every community that is served by one or more cable TV companies has the right to collect a Cable television franchise fee, based on the Cable Communications Act of 1984 Section 622, from those cable companies to fund a public-access television cable TV channel. In addition, the cable television companies must make public, educational, and government access (PEG) channels available for the public-access organization to distribute the locally originated Nonprofit organization's programming produced by or made available to the organization.[citation needed] This list was initiated based on a list of public-access stations listed by Alliance for Community Media (ACM), with some defunct organizations removed. The distribution of organizations here does not always correlate to population; for example, although California has the most stations listed, Michigan and Minnesota each have more stations than New York. Charter Type: P = Public-access television E = Educational-access ...
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Kentucky[edit]. A study was done by Robert Stanz in Jefferson County, Kentucky which discussed an alternative to jail time. The ...
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Kentucky Railway Museum. *Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp. (future). *My Old Kentucky Dinner Train ...
Kentucky[edit]. In early 2018, a bill was proposed in the Kentucky Legislature that could dramatically alter net metering ... "Kentucky lawmaker borrows analogy from Koch-funded group to gain support for anti-solar bill". Retrieved 2018-02-16.. ... In Kentucky, homeowners who have rooftop solar sell their surplus electricity back to utility companies at the retail rate (the ... White argues that a vote in favor of HB 227 is "a vote to make sure the people of Eastern Kentucky are not paying more on their ...
Ky Fan norms[edit]. The sum of the k largest singular values of M is a matrix norm, the Ky Fan k-norm of M. [22] ... The first of the Ky Fan norms, the Ky Fan 1-norm, is the same as the operator norm of M as a linear operator with respect to ... In other words, the Ky Fan 1-norm is the operator norm induced by the standard ℓ2 Euclidean inner product. For this reason, it ... The last of the Ky Fan norms, the sum of all singular values, is the trace norm (also known as the 'nuclear norm'), defined by ...
Kentucky[edit]. Carriers refuse to ship wine directly to Kentucky consumers, due to the difficulty of distinguishing dry areas ... "State Shipping Laws: Kentucky". The Wine Institute. Retrieved 18 September 2011.. *^ "Wine Shipping in the U.S. - Wine Shipping ... Shipping wine to dry areas in Kentucky is a felony offense.[7] ...
Kentucky[edit]. *Rand Paul, Republican U.S. Senator (2011-present) and an inaugural member of the Senate Tea Party Caucus. Paul ... "Kentucky's Next Governor, Matt Bevin, Rode In on Outsider Status". The New York Times. Archived from the original on June 22, ... "Kentucky's Next Governor, Matt Bevin, Rode In on Outsider Status". The New York Times. Archived from the original on February ... "Matt Bevin begins Kentucky governor transition behind the scenes". Courier-journal.com. Retrieved November 6, 2015.. ...
"Kentucky Governor Isaac Shelby". National Governors Association. Retrieved 2012-04-02.. *. "Kentucky's State Seal". Kentucky ... Governor of Kentucky. 1792-1796 Succeeded by. James Garrard Preceded by. Charles Scott Governor of Kentucky. 1812-1816 ... "University of Kentucky Library, John Winston Coleman Jr. collection on slavery in Kentucky. Retrieved June 24, 2019.. ... Beasley, Paul W. (2004). Lowell H. Harrison (ed.). Kentucky's Governors. The University Press of Kentucky. ISBN 0-8131-2326-7. ...
Kentucky[edit]. *School of Environmental Studies[9], Bellarmine University. Louisiana[edit]. *College of the Coast & ...
Kentucky[edit]. Main article: List of nature centers in Kentucky. Louisiana[edit]. Name Location Parish Summary ...
"Kentucky Department of Corrections. Retrieved 2 November 2018.. *^ "Death Row Inmates". Mississippi department of corrections. ... He sued the Kentucky State Department of Corrections on the grounds that execution by lethal injection using the cocktail ... Due to the high number of Kentucky death row inmates, only prisoners with Wikipedia pages are listed in this article. A full ... prescribed by Kentucky law constitutes cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the Eighth Amendment. The United States ...
Kentucky[edit]. *Berea Bucks Berea, Kentucky (Inactive). Louisiana[edit]. *Mo' Money New Orleans, Louisiana (Inactive) ...
Documented Cherokee towns like Sullen Possum in southeast Kentucky and in other areas of Kentucky did exist with links to what ... had made Kentucky the target of most of their efforts. A sally from the Kentucky militia led by John Logan mistakenly attacked ... and began attacking settlers on the Kentucky frontier. They continued attacking the Cumberland and into Kentucky through early ... Trouble with Franklin and Kentucky[edit]. In early 1787, encroachments by American settlers became so great that the Overhill ...
Kentucky[edit]. *Ashland, Kentucky. *Bowling Green, Kentucky. *Durham, Kentucky. *Lexington, Kentucky. *Russellville, Kentucky ...
Kentucky[edit]. The United States District Court for the District of Kentucky was part of one of the original 13 courts ... a b c d U.S. District Courts of Kentucky, Legislative history, Federal Judicial Center. ... District of Kentucky. Hays, William HerculesWilliam Hercules Hays. Rutherford B. Hayes. 000000001879-09-06-0000September 6, ... On February 13, 1801, the Judiciary Act of 1801, 2 Stat. 89, abolished the U.S. district court in Kentucky,[27] but the repeal ...
Kentucky[edit]. District. Incumbent. Party. First. elected. Result. Candidates. Kentucky 1. David Trimble. Democratic- ... Kentucky 6. David Walker. Democratic-Republican. 1816. Re-elected. David Walker (DR) 78.5%. Francis Johnson[Note 8] (DR) 14.0% ... Kentucky 8. Richard C. Anderson, Jr.. Democratic-Republican. 1816. Re-elected. Richard C. Anderson, Jr. (DR) 100%. ... Kentucky 9. Tunstall Quarles. Democratic-Republican. 1816. Re-elected. Tunstall Quarles[Note 10] (DR). ...
Don Ball of Lexington, KY, elector for Kentucky's 6th congressional district.. *Robert Gable of Frankfort, KY, at-large elector ... Amy B. Towles of Fort Thomas, KY, elector for Kentucky's 4th congressional district ... Nancy Mitchell of Corbin, KY, elector for Kentucky's 5th congressional district.. * ... James Henry Snider of Franklin, KY, elector for Kentucky's 1st congressional district. ...
Kentucky[edit]. *Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras. *Louisville Youth Orchestra. Maryland[edit]. *Gamer Symphony Orchestra at ...
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Kentucky[edit]. See also: List of United States senators from Kentucky and 1960 United States House of Representatives ... Kentucky John Sherman Cooper Republican 1946 (Special). 1948 (Lost). 1952 (Special). 1954 (Lost). 1956 (Special) Incumbent re- ...
"The Kentucky Encyclopedia. Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky. pp. 796-797. ISBN 0-8131-1772-0.. ... "Kentucky Fried Chicken of Bowling Green, Inc. v. Sanders". Kentucky Supreme Court. March 14, 1978. Retrieved March 20, 2016.. ... Louisville, Ky. - Flags were flying at half-staff here today as Kentucky honored Col. Harland sanders, the smiling, white- ... "Claudia Sanders Dinner House - Shelbyville, Kentucky". kentuckytourism.com. Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism. ...
University of Kentucky Children's Hospital, Lexington. Louisiana[edit]. *Children's Hospital of New Orleans, New Orleans ...
Kentucky Attorney General[edit]. Kentucky needed qualified governmental leaders, and on December 19, 1793, Kentucky Governor ... Harrison, Lowell H.; James C. Klotter (1997). A New History of Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky: The University Press of Kentucky ... Klotter, James C. (1986). The Breckinridges of Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky: The University Press of Kentucky. ISBN 0-8131- ... a b c Klotter in The Breckinridges of Kentucky, p. 31. *^ a b c d e Harrison in "John Breckinridge and the Vice-Presidency", p ...