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What Andy Beshear vetoed, & James Comer in the New York Times

This week Jazmin took us through all the legislation Andy Beshear vetoed, what he signed into law, and what became law without his signature. Then, Robert talked about a feature on James Comer in the New York Times and the fallout that has ensued here in Kentucky.

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This week Jazmin took us through all the legislation Andy Beshear vetoed, what he signed into law, and what became law without his signature. Then, Robert talked us through a feature on James Comer in the New York Times and the fallout that has ensued here in Kentucky, as well as a few other missteps by the 1st District Congressman.

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Robert Kahne

Robert is a graduate of UK's Martin School for Public Policy. He works as a data scientist in Louisville, where he lives w/ wife Kelsey and their daughter. (Read the rest on the Contributors page.)

Jazmin Smith

Jazmin holds a J.D. from the UK College of Law and is now a public defender in Louisville. She is also a member of the Louisville Bar Association. (Read the rest on the Contributors page.)

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