Gov. Steve Beshear was on hand Nov. 13, for the opening of a storefront at the Fayette Mall where Kentuckians could sign up for health insurance through Kynect, the state's exchange established under the Affordable Care Act.
Gov. Steve Beshear was on hand Nov. 13, for the opening of a storefront at the Fayette Mall where Kentuckians could sign up for health insurance through Kynect, the state's exchange established under the Affordable Care Act. Herald-Leader
Gov. Steve Beshear was on hand Nov. 13, for the opening of a storefront at the Fayette Mall where Kentuckians could sign up for health insurance through Kynect, the state's exchange established under the Affordable Care Act. Herald-Leader

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