Gov. Steve Beshear met Tuesday in Lexington with "Kynectors," the agents who promote the state-run Kynect health insurance exchange. Kynect's open enrollment for 2016 starts Sunday and ends Jan. 31. Photo by John Cheves | Staff
Gov. Steve Beshear met Tuesday in Lexington with "Kynectors," the agents who promote the state-run Kynect health insurance exchange. Kynect's open enrollment for 2016 starts Sunday and ends Jan. 31. Photo by John Cheves | Staff Herald-Leader
Gov. Steve Beshear met Tuesday in Lexington with "Kynectors," the agents who promote the state-run Kynect health insurance exchange. Kynect's open enrollment for 2016 starts Sunday and ends Jan. 31. Photo by John Cheves | Staff Herald-Leader

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