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    Attorney General Andy Beshear explains to reporters a plan to set aside $18M for universities until a Franklin Circuit Court judge rules on his lawsuit challenging the governor's authority to make mid-year budget cuts. Video by Jack Brammer

Attorney General Andy Beshear explains to reporters a plan to set aside $18M for universities until a Franklin Circuit Court judge rules on his lawsuit challenging the governor's authority to make mid-year budget cuts. Video by Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Attorney General Andy Beshear explains to reporters a plan to set aside $18M for universities until a Franklin Circuit Court judge rules on his lawsuit challenging the governor's authority to make mid-year budget cuts. Video by Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

Bevin will set aside $18 million until court rules on university cuts

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