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Statementprepared by members of the Legislative Research Commission staff ; edited by Charles Bush.
SeriesResearch memorandum / Legislative Research Commission ;, no. 410, Research memorandum ;, no. 410.
ContributionsBush, Charles., Kentucky. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission.
LC ClassificationsKFK1227 .A154 no. 131 Suppl, KFK1220 .A154 no. 131 Suppl
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Paginationiii, 17 p. ;
Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL4240850M
LC Control Number80621500

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