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Tony McVeigh, Kentucky Public Radio

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 3035
7/2/04: The lights stay on as a governor and a judge keep state government open without a budget. Also, Fletcher’s hires and fires: Is it business as usual? Guest host Mark Hebert, state capitol reporter for WHAS-TV in Louisville, leads a discussion with members of the Frankfort press corps. (#3035)

Program 3144
Fletcher pardons and then takes the fifth. The Grand Jury continues. Attorney General Greg Stumbo quits and U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell stays mum. (#3144)

Program 3148
9/30/05: Our governor has a “Host” of problems, Pence-ness, and no pizza at the new arena. Guest host: independent journalist Ken Kurtz. (#3148)

Program 3311
1/12/07: Anne Northup and Steve Henry are in the race for governor. State Auditor Crit Luallen issues a stinging report on horse racing regulators. And some Kentucky parents lose their kids to vindictive social workers. (#3311)

Program 3320
3/16/07: Gov. Ernie Fletcher and Bruce Lunsford are on the air. State lawmakers go home for two and a half weeks with little to show for the session, but still a lot of horse-trading to be done. (#3320)

Program 3407
12/14/07: Gov. Steve Beshear begins. Ernie Fletcher finishes. And Rep. Harry Moberly goes to the mountaintop. (#3407)

Porgram 3439
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell thinks voters are stupid....at least that's what Democratic challenger Bruce Lunsford says. The Draudmobile hits the auction block. And, is Jerry Abramson out of gas? Mark Hebert, State Capitol reporter for WHAS-TV, Channel 11 in Louisville guest hosts. Guests: Patrick Crowley, political writer for The Kentucky Enquirer; John David Dyche, attorney and political commentator; and Tony McVeigh, Frankfort reporter for Kentucky Public Radio. (#3439)

Program 3507
12.19.08 Kentucky's education commissioner calls it quits. The president approves the auto bailout. What's the political fallout for Kentucky U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell? Top officials explain the dire consequences of the state budget crisis. And, the health of Kentucky's children: the good and the bad- mostly bad. Scheduled guests: Joe Gerth, political writer for The Courier-Journal; Tony McVeigh from Kentucky Public Radio-Frankfort Bureau and Sarah Vos, reporter with the Lexington Herald-Leader. (#3507)

May 22, 2009
Panelists: Eblen, Gerth, McVeigh (#3529)

October 2, 2009
Panelists: Brammer, Hall, McVeigh (#3548)

February 12, 2010
Panelists: Alessi, Loftus, McVeigh (#3615)

June 11, 2010
Panelists: Loftus, McVeigh, Patton (#3632)

July 23, 2010
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Alessi, Blackford, McVeigh (#3638)

September 17, 2010
Panelists: Ellis, McVeigh, Truman (#3646)

February 11, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Alford, McVeigh, Stotelmyer (#3715)

April 15, 2011
Host: John David Dyche substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Colston, Lucke, McVeigh (#3724)

May 13, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Brammer, Gerth, McVeigh (#3728)




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