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The U.S. Representative for Kentucky's 2nd congressional district, a Bowling Green-based district, since 2009.
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ENG: Steven Brett Guthrie (born February 18, 1964) is the U.S. Representative for Kentucky's 2nd congressional district, a Bowling Green-based district, since 2009. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the Kentucky Senate. Early life, education, and career Guthrie earned his Bachelor of Science in mathematical economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1987 and his Master's of Public and Private Management from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1997. Guthrie is a former vice president of Trace Die Cast, Inc., an automotive parts supplier based in Bowling Green. Guthrie has previously served as a field artillery officer in the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Kentucky Senate Guthrie represented the 32nd ...
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Brett Guthrie knows how to make a conference call

Congressman Guthrie (KY-O2) was so excited after being invited by Speaker Boner to be on a conference call to talk about how the Republicans are going to wreck the global economy and hasten the Book of Revelations that he immediately called the Associated Press to tell them about the call and all that didn’t happen on it: Rep. Brett Guthrie was part of a conference call Sunday in which House leaders updated rank-and-file GOP members on the on-again-off-again negotiations over raising the nation’s debt limit. The update came as a sharply divided Congress prepares for a decisive ...

Brett Guthrie’s answer actually IS dirty air.

Brett Guthrie reveals the President’s secret plan: “He goes to North Carolina yesterday and says the Republicans answer is dirty air, that’s not true and it’s unworthy of the presidency.” Representative Guthrie says he doesn’t want dirty air, but regulating the EPA is very expensive and would affect many Kentuckians. “They’re trying to put coal-power plants out of business, that’s ninety-five percent of Kentuckians energy, that’s why we have cheap energy.” There are a couple things wrong with Mr. Guthrie’s ...

Congressman Brett Guthrie on 2012 Budget Deal

The US House of Representatives passed the Republican leadership's bill for the 2012 budget. WBKO's Hayley Harmon spoke with Congressman Brett Guthrie today and he says the top priority in Washington is slashing the federal deficit. The 2011 budget was a hard-fought battle between the House and Senate. It got done, but Guthrie says it's not enough. "It's just the beginning. We are swimming in debt. This ship is just beginning to turn," said Guthrie, the Republican representative for the 2nd District. $38.5 billion will be cut under that new law. "Discretionary spending alone. It doesn't ...

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