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Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 3241
8/11/06: Fletcher’s legal limbo and Fancy Farm fallout. Grayson for governor? Guest host: political observer and attorney John David Dyche. (#3241)

Program 3336
7/6/07: Isn’t that special? Gov. Ernie Fletcher and House Democrats feud about bringing the General Assembly back to Frankfort. Is the governor’s race a referendum on Fletcher or on expanded gambling? How are females faring in Kentucky politics? And big changes are coming in the Bluegrass blogosphere. (#3336)

Program 3348
9/28/07: Officials propose a two-year freeze on tuition prices at the state’s technical and community colleges. Will it bring more students to the door? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the fate of lethal injection in Kentucky. Is the governor’s race Steve Beshear’s to lose? Or could an old legal case come back to haunt him? What important issues are the candidates not talking about—but should be? And, who are all of those other names on the November ballot? (#3348)

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

Program 3418
2/29/08: The casino bill continues to reveal more about the legislature than just who is for or against gambling. Pension reform moves quickly through the House, but don't expect the same smooth ride in the Senate. The budget markup is ready to start and those who provide services are worried. And, CATS repeal should get its first test next week. Hosted by Ferrell Wellman. (#3418)

Program 3421
3/21/08: The Kentucky General Assembly has just seven days left to pass bills. The governor marks his first one hundred days in office. Casinos, taxes, pensions and bullies. We have editorial writers with us on this broadcast to pass judgement on the good, bad and the ugly of the 2008 session. (#3421)

Program 3441
Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Bruce Lunsford makes a campaign adjustment and goes on the attack. The Feds hear emotional comments about underground safety chambers for coal miners. The education commissioner doesn't want a raise. The governor provides some zip for Zap. And, the Ten Commandments for candidates. (#3441)

July 3, 2009 (recorded July 2, 2009)
Panelists: Alessi, Cross, Glasscock (#3535)

March 11, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Ellis, Glasscock, Stotelmyer (#3719)

September 13, 2013
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Gerth, Glasscock, McNay (#3946)

January 17, 2014
Panelists: Estep, Glasscock, Storm (#4012)

March 14, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Brammer, Gerth, Glasscock (#4020)

March 28, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Glasscock, Stamper, Storm (#4022)

June 20, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Estep, Gerth, Glasscock (#4034)

August 15, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Arnold, Ellis, Glasscock (#4042)

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