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Bevin

Ernest. 1881--1951, British Labour statesman and trade unionist, who was largely responsible for the creation of the Transport and General Workers' Union (1922): minister of labour (1940--45); foreign secretary (1945-- 51)
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For Bevin, winning a second term should be a breeze.
His father, Steve, was a popular governor whose two terms preceded Bevin's tenure.
'The mission of the Delta Regional Authority is an important one, and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as States' Co-chair of the DRA Board of Governors," said Governor Bevin. "Alongside our seven fellow DRA states, Kentucky is making historic strides in strengthening the economies, workforce, health and infrastructure of our communities.
"Her local policy stood in direct conflict with her statutory obligation to issue marriage licenses to qualified Kentucky couples," wrote Bevin's attorneys in a court filing.
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If Bevin, a Republican, wanted to take a stand against cooperation with the federal government, he picked an odd way to do it.
Bevin, a Republican, wrote to Sylvia Mathews Burwell, the secretary of the U.S.
Governor Matt Bevin sent a letter to Health and Human Services secretary, Sylvia Burwell, late last month, informing her of his plans to close down kynect and transition residents to the federal site, HealthCare.gov, for health coverage.
WASHINGTON, Nov 4 (KUNA) -- Matt Bevin, who lost his 2014 effort to defeat U.S.
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