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The Chatter: FBI wants contracting documents from Transportation Cabinet, support for smoke-free law tops 70 percent, McConnell on SCOTUS and more
04/04/2017 11:38 AM
The FBI has launched an antitrust investigation involving state road contracting, subpoenaing records dating back to 2010, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported Monday. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet confirmed the probe, telling the newspaper that officials there received a federal subpoena March 22 regarding contracts it has awarded since 2010. The cabinet posted a March 29 letter from Matthew Henderson, the agency’s deputy executive director of legal services, to Rachel Mills in the Division of Construction Procurement, to its website directing contractors to... Read more
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Westerfield sends letter asking for state agencies to collect data on disproportionate minority contact
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