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7/13/07: The search must start again for a state education commissioner. Barbara Erwin says she’s not taking the job after all because of overwhelming scrutiny. Democrats in Frankfort say the governor’s special legislative session is over, but the finger-pointing isn’t. Odds favored expanded gambling as the top issue at the first Fletcher-Beshear debate, and it was. Kentucky rolled snake eyes on a $450 million bio lab because the site near Somerset was too rural. What does that mean for future high-tech development in rural Kentucky? And Dr. James Holsinger denies he has an anti-gay bias. He tells senators he will guard his independence if he becomes the new surgeon general.
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