|Senator Katie Stine’s Frankfort congressional review|
In addition, we had two legislative meetings this week. The Special Subcommittee on Energy met on Monday at the enter for Applied Energy Research at the University of Kentucky. The executive director for the center briefed committee members. We learned that China buys much of our intellectual property in the energy research field and because of less government regulations, they can refine the knowledge and have put it to practical use. I am continually frustrated by the many ways the administration in Washington, D.C. stymies job-creators.
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