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Governor Bevin tells Murray crowd that no worries on charter schools
Mayor Jack Rose greets Governor Bevin at Murray City Hall.
Governor Bevin tells Murray crowd that no worries on charter schools

...In answer to a confused Calloway Countian asking about charter schools, Bevin said he wasn't sure what Kentucky charter schools would look like because there are none yet. He said they would not be private. The potential exists that money allocated to existing schools will be divided up. If there are five schools where there were four, then the pot for each gets smaller. But, he said, if schools don't have students, they don't need the funds...

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Fancy Farm Picnic Events will pay sales tax
Fancy Farm Picnic Events will pay sales tax

"The annual Fancy Farm Picnic has always been an important fundraiser for St. Jerome's Parish and West Kentucky. But the new Kentucky Republican tax plan means fewer dollars raised at this weekend's fundraiser will actually help the church, its parishioners and the people of West Kentucky. Organizers expect to pay $13,000 or more in new sales taxes this year because everything from bingo to the 5K is now taxed under the Republican majority's tax plan.

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