Kentucky Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, left, talked with Sen. Dan Seum, R-Fairdale, during Thursday's session. Leeper, who heads the chamber's budget committee, briefed his colleagues behind closed doors before bringing the budget to the floor for a vote.
Kentucky Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, left, talked with Sen. Dan Seum, R-Fairdale, during Thursday's session. Leeper, who heads the chamber's budget committee, briefed his colleagues behind closed doors before bringing the budget to the floor for a vote. AP
Kentucky Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, left, talked with Sen. Dan Seum, R-Fairdale, during Thursday's session. Leeper, who heads the chamber's budget committee, briefed his colleagues behind closed doors before bringing the budget to the floor for a vote. AP

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