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News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 1:40 a.m. EDT

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he will not vote for the latest Republican health care bill, calling last-minute changes designed to send more money to states with undecided senators as "suspicious." Paul told reporters after an event in his home state he still plans to vote against the Republican bill that would repeal former President Barack Obama's health care law. He says that's because instead of significant spending cuts, it redistributes the money to states based on a formula.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's Democratic attorney general says he will not comply with the Republican governor's request for a plan to cut spending by more than 17 percent. Gov. Matt Bevin has asked all state agencies to come up with a plan to cut their budgets by 17.4 percent this year. He said the plan would cover a projected $200 million shortfall and put $150 million into the state's savings account. Beshear has said the request is illegal.

McKEE, Ky. (AP) - Police say a man killed a 5-year-old boy and brutally attacked his mother, pushing her off a 77-foot cliff in eastern Kentucky, over $200. Media report Kentucky State Police detective Charles Brandenburg testified Monday during a preliminary hearing in Jackson County District Court that 41-year-old Lonnie Belt thought the boy's stepfather had stolen the money from him. The stepfather has denied the accusation.

UTICA, Ind. (AP) - An economic development group is suing a southern Indiana town over its plans to allow billboards near a new Ohio River bridge. The lawsuit filed Sept. 20 by the River Ridge Development Authority asks a Clark County judge to halt work on those billboards to protect a scenic corridor along Interstate 265. It contends the billboards would harm economic development effort near the bridge linking southern Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky.

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