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Amanda York, The Kentucky Post

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 3012
1/23/04: Gov. Fletcher’s bone-cutting budget message is scheduled next week. Will there be more ideas—or a showdown at the Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Corral? (#3012)

Program 3028
Headlines for 5/14/04: There’s plenty of fireworks in legislative primary races across Kentucky. John Kerry comes a callin’. And Fletcher finds more cash. Guest host: Mark Hebert, state capitol reporter for WHAS-TV/Louisville. (#3028)

Program 3106
12/10/04: We look back at Gov. Fletcher’s first year, House leadership races heat up, and gays win a political battle. Guest host: television journalist Mark Hebert. (#3106)

Program 3116
2/18/05: The latest on the state budget negotiations and tax reform proposals with guest host Mark Hebert of WHAS-TV in Louisville. (#3116)

Program 3117
2/25/05: The governor and the legislature seemed close to an agreement on the budget. But at week’s end, Republican senators, cued by the governor, were holding out for a lower debt level for new bonds. Democrats are still holding out for more projects funded by those bonds. (#3117)

Program 3119
3/11/05: The legislature and the governor finally cut some bait and land two fish: a budget and a tax plan. Members of the Capitol press corps examine the catch. (#3119)

Program 3134
6/24/05: More grand jury witnesses are heard, but a judge delays a search of the office of homeland security chief Keith Hall, who resigned suddenly. The attorney general releases more e-mails, some of them suggesting links between Hall and the current merit jobs probe. Chief Justice Joe Lambert hires a young chief of staff whose personal Internet blog criticized Democrats, but the new aide says he was kidding around and will shelve partisan politics when he assumes the $117,000 job. Meanwhile, a mountain newspaper says federal investigators are looking into campaign contributions to Judge Lambert’s wife, who is also a judge, for a link to convicted Pikeville businessman Ross Harris. (#3134)

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