Pure Politics year in review: 2014
01/01/2015 09:01 AM
Spend the first day of 2015 looking back at all the moments that shaped Kentucky politics in the Pure Politics year in review: 2014.
From the 60-day legislative session which saw a budget deal reached, the passage of a cannibidiol bill and juvenile justice reforms to the U.S. Senate race between U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes and all the moments in between including Matt Bevin’s cockfighting fiasco, Attorney Gen. Jack Conway’s tearful speech on not challenging the strike down of the ban on same-sex marriage and Gov. Steve Beshear’s moment at the State of the Union address — let us take you through the last 12 months in Kentucky politics.
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Below the Fold
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
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