Braidy Industries Inc. CEO Craig Bouchard, right, and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin speak with reporters in Wurtland. The aluminum company says it will spend $1.3 billion to build an aluminum plant in Greenup County, pledging to hire 550 people.
Braidy Industries Inc. CEO Craig Bouchard, right, and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin speak with reporters in Wurtland. The aluminum company says it will spend $1.3 billion to build an aluminum plant in Greenup County, pledging to hire 550 people. Adam Beam Associated Press
Braidy Industries Inc. CEO Craig Bouchard, right, and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin speak with reporters in Wurtland. The aluminum company says it will spend $1.3 billion to build an aluminum plant in Greenup County, pledging to hire 550 people. Adam Beam Associated Press

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