Kentucky Governor Beshear said that Kentuckians should avoid going to Tennessee, saying that the state is not doing enough to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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Kentucky governor declares emergency over high gas prices
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Kentuckians can now report price gouging at the gas pump. Here’s how
Gov. Andy Beshear activated the state’s price gouging laws for gasoline. Here’s what to do if you suspect gouging.
State of emergency declared in Ky.; state’s price gouging laws activated to combat high gas prices
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Quarles formally launches bid for Kentucky governor
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Election cops to hit the beat in Florida. Will other states follow?
The Republican governor signed the bill into law Monday. The law creates an Office of Election Crimes and Security under the Florida Department of State to review fraud allegations and conduct ...