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Happy Birthday, IRA! w/Adam Edelen

We cover the political news of the week, including whether teachers will buy what the liar Cameron is selling. Then, we are glad to reconnect with former state auditor, now solar energy entrepreneur, Adam Edelen, who talks about the Inflation Reduction Act and what the bill means for Kentucky.

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Doug and Aaron cover the KY political news of the week, looking at the political pawns in the Governor’s race, and whether teachers will buy what the liar Dan Cameron is selling. Then we’ve got Doug Price is Right with a deep dive into the coal-coddling politicos in our capitol. Then, we are glad to reconnect with the former state auditor, now solar energy entrepreneur, Adam Edelen, who talks about today’s anniversary of the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act - and what the bill means for Kentucky and the nation’s efforts to move to clean energy and EVs. We then close out with ANOTHER invitation to this Saturday’s election campaign kick off meeting ... with the BIG NEWS of a new Nato jam! Also, sending healing vibes to Kimberly Cecil Jones as she recovers from knee surgery!

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