Bluegrass Pipeline

The controversial Bluegrass Pipeline has come to a halt – for now.

Two energy companies are halting a massive pipeline project for Kentucky that drew heavy opposition from residents and environmentalists.

The Kentucky House has passed legislation that would bar private natural gas liquid companies from using eminent domain laws to acquire property.

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A state House committee has approved a bill that would prevent the Bluegrass Pipeline developers from using eminent domain to acquire land.

The Kentucky General Assembly kicks off its 2014 session Tuesday.

When the Kentucky General Assembly meets next week, the issue of eminent domain will likely be discussed.

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Gov. Steve Beshear's son has filed paperwork with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance for his candidacy for attorney general.

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The Catholic nuns who successfully lobbied to redirect the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline around their land are continuing their campaign.

Williams Pipeline

A company planning to build a natural gas pipeline in Kentucky says it has secured land-use deals in parts of nine counties.

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- A government watchdog group is urging Gov. Steve Beshear to call a special session this fall on the Bluegrass Pipeline project.

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