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Kentucky Politics Distilled: Democrats Thwart House 'Flip'

Greg Stumbo
Greg Stumbo

This week in Kentucky politics, Democrats increased their majority in the state House after Republicans fell short of expectations in four special elections.

Lawmakers are divided between two competing bills intended to curb dogfighting in the state.

And once again, the Senate approved a bill to tighten regulations on abortion providers in the state.

Listen to this week's episode in the player above.

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Ky. Senate Passes Bill to Restrict Abortion Clinics

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