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Richard G. Innes

Statute on this seems pretty clear. The KBE members cannot be removed except for cause (KRS 63.080 (2) (b)). It is good that the existing members are standing up for what is right.

Paula K

I do not think Mr Beshear should be able to do this. I had been encouraged by what the Ky Board of Ed. has attempted to accomplish. I have lived in Ky for 40 years. My kids are my grandkids go to private schools because the Ky public schools are so bad. Seventy percent of my property taxes goes toward the schools & there is nothing to show they are improving. We need charter schools and I am sure Mr Beshear will put a stop to.

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