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Studio 619 for January 4, 2009

Listen to the showKentucky Legislative PreviewKentucky’s legislative session gets underway this week. With a close race for House Speaker kicking off the so-called ‘short session’… legislators will then be faced with some hard decisions regarding the state’s budget deficit.To find out more about what to expect, and how it might happen, Stephanie Sanders spoke with political reporter Jack Brammer of the Lexington Herald-Leader.

111th Congress PreviewThe 111th Congress will meet for the first time on Tuesday. Among them will be Kentucky’s Third District Representative John Yarmuth, who’s beginning his second term. Yarmuth talked to Gabe Bullard about his plans for legislation, the inauguration and working with a new president.

Catholic Service ChangesThe Catholic Church is making changes in its services, which has some parishes looking at new expenses and some Catholics questioning the need for these changes. Elizabeth Kramer has the story.Lauren Weisberger Single young women trying to find the perfect man, and the perfect job, in New York City – no it’s not the plot of a current movie but instead the premise behind the latest novel by Lauren Weisberger, author of The Devil Wears Prada. Leigh, Adriana and Emmy are young women fast approaching thirty and trying to figure out where and with whom they belong. This leads them to make an unusual pact.Join WFPL’s Robin Fisher as she talks with Weisberger about love, friendship and life in the big city and her new novel Chasing Harry Winston: A Novel.

Jean RitchieJean Ritchie is often called the Mother of Folk Music. Now the Kentucky native is donating her works to the Library of Congress.

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