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HB 301 Drop out prevention bill passes House
HB 301 Drop out prevention bill passes House
House Bill 301, an act related to compulsory school attendance, passed the House yesterday by a vote of 94-6 with overwhelming support from Democrats and Republicans. The bill gradually raises the age a student can drop out to 18 by 2015 for students entering 9th grade by 2014.
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Kentucky Wants Your Nuclear Waste - Hardly
           LEO Magazine in Louisville picked up on a Newsweek story we missed. Since it involves the Governor, Paducah, the Gaseous Diffusion Plant and Senate Bill 26, Bob Leeper's bid to allow nuclear waste to be stored in West Kentucky, we think it's worth taking the time to read it.
          It seems that the feds like nukes - but aren't funding disposal or storage. The Governor likes nukes because it's clean (sort of like coal). Senator Leeper likes nukes because the PGDP will be in operation or clean up into perpetuity. 
           
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