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FRANKFORT — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he has recovered from the coronavirus. The Republican lawmaker said Tuesday he is volunteering at a hospital in his hometown of Bowling Green.

Paul tested positive for the virus in March. He became the first case of COVID-19 in the U.S. Senate.

Paul said Tuesday he appreciates all the good wishes he received. He says he was retested and the results came back negative.

Paul is an eye surgeon. He says he has started volunteering to assist those in his community in need of medical help, including coronavirus patients.

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  U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said he believes the whistleblower, who filed a complaint alleging President Trump in a phone call asked the President of Ukraine to investigate a political rival and that White House staff intervened to “lock down” the record of the phone call, should identify themself.


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A federal appeals court has vacated the 30-day prison sentence given to the man who tackled U.S. Sen. Rand Paul outside his Kentucky home in 2017.

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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he underwent lung surgery in a procedure he says stems from injuries suffered when a neighbor tackled him outside his home in 2017.

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One way to reduce the tide of immigrants entering the United States illegally is to expand federal laws allowing newcomers to enter the country legally, Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said Monday.

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is sponsoring legislation that would reduce paperwork and streamline worker visa programs used by U.S. farmers. The Bowling Green Republican said the measure would be a major help for the commonwealth’s agriculture industry.

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The neighbor convicted of attacking U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has sold his home next door to the senator.

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A judge has upheld a more than half-million dollar award in the civil case between U.S. Senator Rand Paul and the neighbor convicted of assaulting him over a yard dispute. 

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The attorney for a man who attacked U.S. Sen. Rand Paul in a dispute over lawn maintenance has appealed a jury's decision to award the lawmaker $580,000 in damages.

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul introduced an amendment granting authority to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to sell off an unspecified amount of Daniel Boone National Forest near the border of Tennessee.

The amendment called for the sale of forest lands along U.S. Highway 27 from Burnside, Kentucky, to where the highway crosses the state line.