Gov. Steve Beshear, right, took part in a traditional Indian ground blessing ceremony last month in Elizabethtown. Turns out his son represents the company building the factory.
Gov. Steve Beshear, right, took part in a traditional Indian ground blessing ceremony last month in Elizabethtown. Turns out his son represents the company building the factory.
Gov. Steve Beshear, right, took part in a traditional Indian ground blessing ceremony last month in Elizabethtown. Turns out his son represents the company building the factory.

Gov. Beshear's son represents company seeking tax breaks from state

November 23, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 25, 2013 06:28 PM

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