Live from D.C.

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

Two summers ago, KET took One to One on the road to each of Kentucky’s six congressional districts. From Representative Ed Whitfield in far western Kentucky to Geoff Davis in the north, I talked with them all, including Sens. McConnell and Paul.

Next week, we’re on the road again. This time we’ll report to you from the nation’s Capitol. I’ll sit down with each of our representatives and senators in their congressional offices in Washington.

Those One to One conversations will air in special time periods beginning May 13th.

Capitol Special: The next Kentucky Tonight will broadcast live from Washington, D.C. Scheduled panelists are Sen. Rand Paul, and Rep. John Yarmuth.   Live on Monday, May 6, at 8/7 pm on KET.

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One Response to “Live from D.C.”

  1. Douglas Roy says:

    Dear Bill,

    Could you ask the Senator and Representative if they are aware of the two deaths and serious injuries to Kentuckians (Louisville and Versailles) within the last month, due to two illegal aliens without licenses driving drunk on our highways and hitting one family head on, while the other rammed a motorcycle? What do they think should be the punishment and will their amnesty grant clemency to thousands of other criminal aliens who have continued to drive illegally within this country for many years with only a slap on the wrist when caught?

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