Politics & Government

February 6, 2014 7:19 PM

House and Senate approve top-priority bills: minimum wage hike and curb on governor's power

The Kentucky House and Senate each passed their top-priority bills Thursday — a raise in the minimum wage and a curb on the governor's regulatory power, respectively — but the bills face doubtful prospects as they cross to opposite chambers controlled by opposing parties.

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