2010 in Review: Biggest surprises includes lawmakers' losses
12/28/2010 10:30 AM
The 2010 elections produced a host of surprises, from an “anchor” at MSNBC making a campaign contribution to a Kentucky Democrat to entrenched state legislators losing their seats.
During December, viewers and readers of cn|2 Politics/Pure Politics offered suggestions for the end of the year lists, which we compiled in video form. Here are the five biggest surprises of 2010 in Kentucky politics:
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Cabinet for Health and Family Services-backed bill deletes several commissions and numerous required reports
Majority of Kentuckians not fearful of losing insurance; Congressional Budget Office says repeal will raise costs, leave millions without insurance
Gov. Bevin appoints new University of Louisville board, renaming most from previous reorganization attempt
Former congressional candidate says Democrats need to understand days of the coal industry being a true force in the state are over
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