Interview with W. Terry McBrayer, June 28, 2006
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- Interview with W. Terry McBrayer, June 28, 2006
- Roy Salmons; interviewer. W. Terry McBrayer; interviewee.
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- McBrayer (House 1966-70, 76th district; 1971-1972, 98th district; Democrat) recalls growing up in Greenup, Kentucky, influential people during his college years, law school, practicing law in a small town and the alternative payments he received, connections to writer Jesse Stuart, his philosophy of government, obstacles to economic development in his district, and concludes with advice on getting your voice heard in the legislature. Part 2 of 4.
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- Legislators -- Kentucky -- Interviews., Practice of law -- Kentucky -- Greenup, Economic development -- Kentucky., Tobacco industry -- Law and legislation -- Kentucky., Parks -- Kentucky -- Management., Practice of law, Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991., Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984, Catholic Church, Parks, Economic development, Smoking -- Law and legislation -- Kentucky., Parliamentary practice, Greenup (Ky.), Ashland (Ky.), W-Hollow (home of Jesse Stuart), Greenbow Lake (Ky.), Lawton, John, Dorn, Adrian, Morehead State University, University of Louisville, law school, civic involvement, Catholicism, campaigning, military service, state parks, heavy industry, infrastructure, tobacco buyout, smoking bans, rules of the legislature, Term/District: House (1966-1970), 76th district; (1971-1972), 98th district, Leadership Position(s): Speaker Pro Tem, 1968 -- House Majority Floor Leader, 1970, Counties in District: Greenup County (Ky.)
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