Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 6:30 am (Updated: February 8, 7:14 am)
Bipartisanship is practically dead, both in Frankfort and in Washington D.C.
But from time to time, Democrats and Republicans have found issues that bring them together.
At the state level, we’ve seen a few examples so far.
- Secretary of Agriculture James Comer, a Republican, and State Auditor Adam Edelen, a Democrat, are working together on an audit of the former ag secretary Richie Farmer’s books.
- Politicians on both sides of the aisle have recognized something has to be done to stem the tide of prescription pills flooding the state.
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