Kentucky Senate President David Williams gavels the chamber adjourned just before midnight Thursday after failing to pass a bill for the multi-billion daollar road fund. Gov. Steve Beshear quickly announced a special session to begin on Monday to deal with the issue. Photo  by John Flavell
Kentucky Senate President David Williams gavels the chamber adjourned just before midnight Thursday after failing to pass a bill for the multi-billion daollar road fund. Gov. Steve Beshear quickly announced a special session to begin on Monday to deal with the issue. Photo by John Flavell John Flavell
Kentucky Senate President David Williams gavels the chamber adjourned just before midnight Thursday after failing to pass a bill for the multi-billion daollar road fund. Gov. Steve Beshear quickly announced a special session to begin on Monday to deal with the issue. Photo by John Flavell John Flavell

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