In USA Today column, a Princeton professor suggests that if Republicans are serious about running government like a business, Kentucky should be shut down as an economic loser. He makes a good point, but that isn’t it.
Marksbury Farm started in 2011 with the idea that local food is best when animals are raised in one place and on grassy pastures. Using the ideas of animal behaviorist Temple Grandin, Marksbury uses humane slaughter practices, breaks down its meat on site and supplies local-food restaurants in Lexington and Louisville.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin attributes record-breaking business investment in the state to a new law that prohibits unions from requiring employees to pay dues in a unionized workplace. While speaking at the Capitol on May 26, 2017, he derides a lawsuit filed this week that challenges the constitutionality of the law.
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