Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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June 26, 2013

Handshoe goes to capitol for answers

FRANKFORT — His house sits on land owned by his family for more than 200 years, yet Ricky Handshoe says, “I’m basically homeless.”

Handshoe visited the state capitol Tuesday looking for help from Larry Bond, chief of staff to Gov. Steve Beshear, on the same day President Barack Obama said it is time to deal with changes to climate caused by carbon emissions.

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