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State politicians again will stand on the bank of the Brushy Fork Creek for old-fashioned debate in front of a feisty crowd during Autumn Daze in Vine Grove.
So far, gubernatorial candidate Gatewood Galbraith, his running mate Dea Riley, state auditor candidate John T. Kemper III and Commissioner of Agriculture candidate Robert Farmer are scheduled to appear at the second Brushy Fork Debate at 6 p.m. Sept. 17 at Optimist Park.
Galbraith has gained attention for his stance supporting the legalization of marijuana and openness about his own use of the substance.
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