Interview with C.M. "Hank" Hancock, March 10, 2006
Part of Kentucky Legislature Oral History Project
- Interview with C.M. "Hank" Hancock, March 10, 2006
- C.M. "Hank" Hancock; interviewee. Jan Romond; interviewer.
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- Hancock (House 1974-1995, 57th district; Democrat) discusses major changes in the legislature during his tenure (legislative independence), shares impressions of several governors and legislature leaders, the role of government, the impact of national politics on state government, and key legislation in transportation and issues involving state employees. He concludes with advice for those seeking political careers. Part 2 of 2.
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