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This week, Donald Trump takes his message to Kentucky — a state he carried by a huge margin last year. Can President Trump now come through for those who overwhelmingly backed him in coal country? He promised better jobs and a better health care plan. Is the Bluegrass state buying it?
- Ryland Barton state capital bureau chief for Kentucky Public Radio, based in Frankfort.
- J. Tyler White president of the Kentucky Coal Association, which represents about 90 percent of the state's coal industry.
- Peter Hille president of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED).
- Sheila Schuster licensed psychologist and chair of Kentucky Voices for Health, a coalition of organizations working to improve the health of Kentuckians.
- Tim Robinson CEO of Addiction Recovery Care in Kentucky.
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