Gov. Matt Bevin, left, attaches a microphone to his jacket while preparing to be interviewed by Dean Manning, center, a reporter for the News Journal newspaper in Corbin, and Lauren Osborne, who is with WYMT television in Hazard, after Bevin spoke at a regional prayer breakfast in Corbin on April 24, 2017.
Gov. Matt Bevin, left, attaches a microphone to his jacket while preparing to be interviewed by Dean Manning, center, a reporter for the News Journal newspaper in Corbin, and Lauren Osborne, who is with WYMT television in Hazard, after Bevin spoke at a regional prayer breakfast in Corbin on April 24, 2017. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
Gov. Matt Bevin, left, attaches a microphone to his jacket while preparing to be interviewed by Dean Manning, center, a reporter for the News Journal newspaper in Corbin, and Lauren Osborne, who is with WYMT television in Hazard, after Bevin spoke at a regional prayer breakfast in Corbin on April 24, 2017. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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