Brett Guthrie

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Republican Congressman Brett Guthrie spoke about immigration, diversity and military relations with Iran while in Bowling Green on Friday. He said the negative rhetoric about immigration needs to stop on both sides of the aisle. The Congressman sees it as an impediment to diversifying the Republican party.

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A Kentucky Congressman said he expects President Trump to make a case for strong border security as he delivers his second State of the Union address. 

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Republican U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie has won a seventh term in Kentucky's 2nd Congressional District.

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U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie wants to bring broadband access to more Kentuckians. He said it helps economic development as well as quality of life.

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The Democratic nominee for Kentucky’s Second Congressional District thinks the U.S. needs to consider offering amnesty to certain people who are living in the country without documentation. 

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As President Trump considers revoking the securing clearances of some former intelligence officials, Kentucky's 2nd District Congressman, Brett Guthrie, says there should be a review of who gets and maintains access to classified information. 

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Kentucky Congressman Brett Guthrie is expressing support for legalizing hemp for commercial use. The comments come as Senator Mitch McConnell announced this week that he will introduce a bill that would legalize hemp as an agricultural commodity. 

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Republican Kentucky Rep. Brett Guthrie has filed for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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As the U.S. House and Senate return Tuesday from summer recess, a Kentucky congressman says lawmakers need to turn their attention to two major budgetary items.

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One of the world's most famous gold depositories has opened its vaults to civilians for the first time in more than 40 years.

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