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Politics & Government

Sequestration Impact to Kentucky: Overview by Federal Spending

  The PEW foundation has made a study of potential fiscal impacts by state from a long term sequestration of federal spending in 2013.

If percentages hold true for sequestration, Kentucky will see a disproportionate hit in federal spending.

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 Kentucky Congressman Whitfield now in MS River Caucus
Mississippi River seen from Kentucky side.
Kentucky Congressman Whitfield now in MS River Caucus

Editor's Update: Rep. Whitfield press release announced that he was joining the caucus.

 (Thank you Tommy Kimbro for pointing out my memory lapse that we haven't had a Congressman FLETCHER in years!)

Fincher, 5 others form Mississippi River Caucus
 
 

U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher (R-TN) has joined with five other members of Congress to form a bipartisan Mississippi River Caucus.

The six co-chairmen of the caucus represent six states along the meandering Mississippi River — Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri and Iowa.
The primary objective of the Mississippi River Caucus is to provide a bicameral and bipartisan open forum for the various issues that affect the entire reach of the Mississippi River, a news release from Fincher’s office states.

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Editorials

Reality vs. Politics: Sequestration and the Blame Game Starts
 At 11:05 a.m. Central time, on February 19, 2013, President Obama looked into the news cameras and made the first move in the Washington DC Sequestration Chess Game.

He blamed Congress.

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