Governor To Host Town Hall Meetings

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Gov. Steve Beshear is planning a series of
town hall meetings across Kentucky in an effort to regroup from a
rocky start as the state's top-elected official.

Beshear Chief of Staff Adam Edelen said the town hall meetings
are intended to help the administration retool its agenda in the
wake of uncertain economic times and a rough first go-around with
the General Assembly this spring.

Edelen said Beshear will seek Kentuckians' input about steps the
state should take to improve in areas of education, health care,
economic development and infrastructure.


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  • by Diane Location: Mt.Sterling on Jul 10, 2008 at 07:41 AM
    If he can cut the democratic party bullet points, Maybe. And also I would like to see a politician listen and do instead the usual lecture on how he's "doing what's best for us." Otherwise, don't waste our time and taxpayer money.

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