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Politics & Government

Watershed Tax and the Future of Water Control in West Kentucky
Will Sen. Rand Paul target farm subsidies in his budget cuts?
Watershed Tax and the Future of Water Control in West Kentucky
The vote and actions of taxation without representation is just the cause or call to action that the founders of the Tea Party had in mind when they organized in 2010. When the major national Tea Party leader, Rand Paul campaigned at the Cayce Picnic in August of 2010, he preached a new attitude toward big government and more taxes. He stood against the two.
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Alison Lundergan Grimes announces Candidacy for Secretary of State
Democratic candidate files for seat currently held by former Mayor of Bowling Green Elaine Walker
Alison Lundergan Grimes announces Candidacy for Secretary of State
(LEXINGTON, KY) - Lexington attorney Alison Lundergan Grimes today announced her candidacy to become Kentucky’s next Secretary of State...Her father Jerry Lundergan is a former Kentucky Democratic Party State Chairman.  He has also been the Kentucky point person for former President Bill Clinton and now Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...
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Letters to the Editor

Re: Repeal Vote on 2010 Healthcare Bill:

Why do the Republicans and the three Democrats who voted in Congress yesterday to repeal the 2010 healthcare bill that helps so many ordinary Americans refuse to give up their federal medical insurance?

If they are willing to try to force the average American back to a time of being denied coverage for pre-existing conditions, not being able to qualify for or afford any medical insurance, being dropped from policies, having a maximum lifetime amount that can easily be reached through a serious medical condition, seniors being faced with the total 'donut hole' again for prescription drugs, etc., then why should we, the constituents and taxpayers, be OK with chipping in through our tax dollars to make sure that Congress and the Senate and their immediate families are well covered and worry free in this regard?

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