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Showing 4 articles from February 9, 2010.

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Winters' three year high school graduation bill clears Senate
Sen. Ken Winters, addressing a Fulton Co. tech school program this fall.
Winters' three year high school graduation bill clears Senate
                 Senate Bill 67  sponsored by First District Senator Ken Winters passed the Senate unanimously today. If the bill makes it through the House,it will set up early graduation for those students who are college capable and just sitting around their senior year. Students will have to score well on their ACT test and take at least 18 credit hours to be eligible.
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Conway gets LG & E to reduce electric rates
Kudos to Attorney General Jack Conway for announcing today that his office had negotiated a rate decrease with LG & E (Louisville Gas & Electric). The company had asked for a 2% electric rate hike and a 4% increase for gas customers.  Instead, customers will see their electric rates decrease by $12 monthly.  Gas customers will see a $5 monthly increase. 

LG& E is owned by EON, Inc. which also owns KU (Kentucky Utilities). KU is asking the Kentucky Public Service Commission for a 12% rate hike. 
WLKY TV in Louisville has the LG & E story.
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TWTWTW - Introduction
That Was The Week That Was
Events that change our lives often happen beyond our sight or knowledge. Most of us work and live in tight media bubbles in which we receive limited access to important voices of linking the “dots” into a framework where we can understand how events change our lives.
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TWTWTW - Scott Brown
1. Scott Brown Wins Massachusetts Senate Seat
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