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May 19, 2013 10:18 PM

Uncommonwealth: In his new role, Ben Chandler begins 'a labor of love'

Ben Chandler, beaming like he just won the Powerball, said he has always wanted to teach history. Now, as the incoming executive director of the Kentucky Humanities Council, Chandler, 53, figures that he will get the opportunity to travel the state and tout its cultural beauties without having to work the hustings for votes and campaign monies.

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