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FRANKFORT – With our thoughts understandably focused on what has been called the most widespread natural disaster in Kentucky’s history, my legislative colleagues and I returned to the Capitol early last week to begin the main portion of the 2009 Regular Session.
We spent our opening days learning more about the recent storm’s damage and the unprecedented response that followed. It has unfortunately claimed more than two dozen lives so far, and at its peak, more than 760,000 homes were without power.
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