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    Attorney General Andy Beshear announced a settlement Tuesday with Volkswagen that potentially means $100 million for the state and impacted car owners in Kentucky.

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced a settlement Tuesday with Volkswagen that potentially means $100 million for the state and impacted car owners in Kentucky. Jacob Dick jdick@herald-leader.com
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced a settlement Tuesday with Volkswagen that potentially means $100 million for the state and impacted car owners in Kentucky. Jacob Dick jdick@herald-leader.com

Kentucky expects up to $100 million via VW settlement

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