March 27, 2015
available audio news releases for the 2015 Session of the Kentucky
General Assembly are listed below. For a brief description of the release, click the
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following audio cuts with lawmakers are available during the 2015 Session of
the Kentucky General Assembly.
70 second cut and wrap with Representative John Tilley of Hopkinsville
on anti-herion legislation that he hopes will combat the drugs grip on the
A 72 second cut and wrap with Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo of
Prestonsburg speaking during floor debate on House Bill 4 which would
authorize issuing up to 3.3 billion dollars in bonds to shore up the
financially beleaguered Kentucky Teachers Retirement System.
77 second cut and wrap with Senate President Robert Stivers of
Manchester commenting on the prospects for Senate passage of House Bill
4 which seeks to issue over 3 billion dollars in bonds to shore up the
financially-strapped Kentucky Teachers Retirement System.
A 66 second cut and wrap with Senator Julian
Carroll of Frankfort commenting on his bill that seeks to modernize
Kentucky's oil and natural gas drilling regulations.
minute wrap up this week's legislative activity in Frankfort.
A 64 second cut and wrap with House Appropriations and Revenue
Committee Chair, Representative Rick Rand taken from floor debate during
House passage of his bill that seeks to deregulate the telephone
industry in Kentucky.
A 68 second cut and wrap with Representative Leslie
Combs of Pikeville speaking about her proposed legislation that seeks to
allow the state to partner with private companies to complete public
infrastructure and transportation projects in Kentucky.
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