Members of the Letcher Governance Project, a citizens group based in Whitesburg that opposes construction of a federal prison in Letcher County, unfurled a banner in June 2016 during a SOAR Summit while Congressman Hal Rogers was at the podium. Rogers has gotten funding for the prison in the House budget. #our444million refers to its projected cost. Innovation was the theme of the Shaping Our Appalachian Region gathering.
Members of the Letcher Governance Project, a citizens group based in Whitesburg that opposes construction of a federal prison in Letcher County, unfurled a banner in June 2016 during a SOAR Summit while Congressman Hal Rogers was at the podium. Rogers has gotten funding for the prison in the House budget. #our444million refers to its projected cost. Innovation was the theme of the Shaping Our Appalachian Region gathering. Facebook photo
Members of the Letcher Governance Project, a citizens group based in Whitesburg that opposes construction of a federal prison in Letcher County, unfurled a banner in June 2016 during a SOAR Summit while Congressman Hal Rogers was at the podium. Rogers has gotten funding for the prison in the House budget. #our444million refers to its projected cost. Innovation was the theme of the Shaping Our Appalachian Region gathering. Facebook photo

Congress should nix Letcher prison

November 21, 2017 07:48 PM

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