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  • Yarmuth and Beshear Announce Major Progress for Museum Plaza Project

    (Louisville, KY) Congressman John Yarmuth and Governor Steve Beshear are pleased to announce significant, positive progress in the Commonwealth of Kentucky's application for a $100 million federal loan from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the development of Museum Plaza. Congressman Yarmuth received a letter from HUD Assistant Secretary Mercedes Marquez which states, in part, "HUD is optimistic that a [loan] commitment can be issued." And, upon receipt of the project receiving a commitment for the remaining $140.5 million construction loan and other administrative requirements, "HUD will move promptly to complete the process for issuance of a Section 108 commitment."

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     Louisville Seniors to Get Help With Prescription Drugs

    Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., announced Thursday that at least 9,500 Louisvillians who are expected to fall into Medicare’s Prescription Drug “Donut Hole” coverage gap are eligible to receive a $250 rebate check to help them afford critically needed medicines as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that became law in March.

    Yarmuth Reveals Legislation to Secure Jobs

    Rep. John Yarmuth unveiled new legislation that will help make sure American workers and students are prepared to compete in the global economy and secure jobs for the future.

    John Yarmuth is Trying to Create More Economic Development

    (WHAS11)-Louisville representative John Yarmuth is trying to help create more economic development and will introduce new legislation to cut taxes for commercial real estate purchases.


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