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Steve Beshear's Public Statements on Issue: Senior Citizens

Full Name: Steven 'Steve' L. Beshear
Office: Governor (KY), Democratic
First Elected: 11/06/2007
Last Elected: 11/08/2011
Next Election: 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Jane; 2 Children: Jeff, Andy
Birth Date: 09/21/1944
Birth Place: Dawson Springs, KY
Home City: Lexington, KY
Religion: Baptist
Date Title
Feb. 20, 2014 Gov. Beshear, Legislative Leaders Offer Bipartisan Support for Adult Abuse Registry
Sept. 18, 2013 Governor Beshear Breaks Ground on New Veterans Home
April 4, 2013 Gov. Beshear Signs Pension Reform, Funding Bills
March 26, 2013 Governor, Legislators Approve and Fund Historic Pension Reform
Jan. 2, 2013 Gov. Beshear Announces Funding for Colon Cancer Screening, Prevention for Low-Income, Uninsured Kentuckians
June 22, 2011 Kentucky to Implement More Stringent Criminal Background Checks for Caregivers
March 23, 2011 Gov. Beshear Strengthens Kentucky Laws to Protect Vulnerable Seniors
March 10, 2011 Governor Beshear Announces Energy Efficiency, Agricultural Development, Homeland Security Grants for McLean County
March 4, 2011 Governor, House Leaders Reject Williams Plan to Balance Medicaid on the Backs of Kentucky's Schoolchildren
Feb. 11, 2011 Gov. Beshear Announces Further Protections for Senior Citizens
Nov. 17, 2010 Kentucky Joins Nationwide Effort to Combat Financial Victimization of the Elderly
Oct. 19, 2010 Medicaid Intensifies Waste, Fraud and Abuse Detection Effort through New Contract
April 15, 2010 Governor Beshear Signs Bill to Protect Kentucky Retirement Systems Investments
Dec. 30, 2008 Gov. Beshear Calls Upon Pension Systems to Give Relief to Cities, Counties
May 29, 2008 Gov. Beshear Proposes Pension Reform Measures – Will Save $500 Million Annually in Pension Costs and at Least $50 Million in Immediate Savings to City and County Governments and School Districts
Oct. 19, 2007 Corbin Times Tribune - Beshear Camp Stops in Corbin for Rally
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