Politics & Government

August 7, 2013 5:41 PM

Beshear won't add pipeline legislation to agenda of special law-making session

FRANKFORT — Opponents of a controversial proposed natural gas liquids pipeline that would run through Kentucky presented 5,252 signatures to Gov. Steve Beshear's office Wednesday, urging him to add the issue to the agenda of an upcoming special legislative session.

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