Gov. Matt Bevin delivered his budget Tuesday before a joint legislative session in the House chambers at the Kentucky state Capitol.
Gov. Matt Bevin delivered his budget Tuesday before a joint legislative session in the House chambers at the Kentucky state Capitol. Timothy D. Easley Associated Press
Gov. Matt Bevin delivered his budget Tuesday before a joint legislative session in the House chambers at the Kentucky state Capitol. Timothy D. Easley Associated Press

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