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If NAFTA deal isn't reached quickly, 'nothing's going to happen': Kentucky gov.

Time is of the essence if a deal on NAFTA is going to be reached, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says.

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Kentucky accuses J&J of contributing to opioid epidemic

(Reuters) - Kentucky's attorney general on Wednesday sued Johnson & Johnson, accusing the pharmaceutical manufacturer of devising a deceptive marketing scheme that mischaracterized the risk of opioid abuse and addiction.

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Kentucky governor apologizes for saying teacher strike led to sexual assaults

(Reuters) - Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin apologized on Sunday for saying last week that a teacher walkout that shut schools in many of the state's districts led to children being sexually assaulted.

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Kentucky teachers rally in 'day of action' at state Capitol

Inspired by her special needs students, Leslie Busch joined her fellow teachers Friday at the state Capitol in Frankfort in what the Kentucky Education Association called "a day of action."

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Enforcement of Kentucky abortion law suspended pending ruling

(Reuters) - Kentucky state officials have agreed to hold off enforcing a new law that bans a common abortion procedure from the 11th week of pregnancy until a federal judge rules on a request by a civil liberties group challenging it, according to court p

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Confederate statue in Kentucky vandalized for 3rd time

The statue of a Confederate soldier in a major Kentucky city has been vandalized for the third time in less than a year.

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ACLU Kentucky files lawsuit against state's ban on abortion procedure

The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky filed a suit late Tuesday to block a state law that bans a common second-trimester abortion procedure, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

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Kentucky school wins $150K for device that picks up needles

A Kentucky middle school has won a nationwide competition for creating a device that can safely pick up used needles and other drug paraphernalia.

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Women are leading the wave of strikes in America. Here's why | Tithi Bhattacharya

The spreading teachers strikes are for wages and benefits – but they arise from a social landscape scoured by gender and racial inequalitiesThe US is in the grip of a wave of strikes in our public schools. As a national organizer for the International W

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Authorities say DNA links Kentucky man to rape of girl, 14

A Kentucky man is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl after the results of a DNA test connected him to the alleged assault.

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Army identifies 2 killed in helicopter crash in Kentucky

The Army on Sunday identified the two soldiers who were killed when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise at Fort Campbell in Kentucky.

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Two U.S. soldiers killed in Kentucky helicopter crash: Army

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. soldiers died in a helicopter crash during training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the Army said on Saturday, marking the fourth U.S. military aircraft mishap in less than a week.

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2 soldiers killed in helicopter crash at Fort Campbell

Two soldiers were killed after their helicopter crashed during a training exercise at Fort Campbell in Kentucky, officials said Saturday.

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Lawsuit over denial of 'IM God' license plate can proceed

An Ohio man had a personalized license plate saying "IM GOD," but when he moved to Kentucky, his request for the same one was denied.

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Oklahoma teachers' demands like a 'teenager wanting a better car,' governor says

Oklahoma’s Republican Governor Mary Fallin likened teacher’s demands for boosting school funding to a “teenager wanting a better car” on Tuesday, in response to educators seeking $250 million in additional school aid.

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