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The U.S. Representative of Kentucky's 1st congressional district, serving since 1995.
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ENG: Wayne Edward "Ed" Whitfield (born May 25, 1943) is the U.S. Representative of Kentucky's 1st congressional district, serving since 1995. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district covers much of the western part of the state, including Hopkinsville, Paducah, Henderson and Kentucky's share of Fort Campbell. Early life, education and career Whitfield was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky and attended the University of Kentucky for both undergraduate and law school, where he was a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. He also attended the Wesley Theological Seminary. He served in the United States Army Reserve and reached the rank of First Lieutenant. He served as legal counsel to executives at Seaboard System Railroad of Washington. He served as a vice president for the ...
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The Veteran Lawmaker Ed Whitfield Rescued a Dog


Congressional debt negotiations are difficult. Stopping to help a stray dog along the highway is an easy choice for U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield. The veteran lawmaker rescued a dog along U.S. 41 between Hanson and Madisonville on Sunday afternoon. “The dog was running down the middle of the highway and almost got hit by two trucks,” said Whitfield, a Hopkinsville Republican who grew up in Madisonville. “His tongue was hanging out as far as it could go.” Whitfield, who was returning from a trip to Henderson, stopped his vehicle and attempted to call the dog, described as a ...


Whitfield introduces The Am. Canine Collar Enhancement Act


Whitfield’s new bipartisan law would make dog neckerchiefs mandatory: “I’m proud we have put politics aside and taken this decisive step toward putting our dogs in neckerchiefsand keeping them in neckerchiefs for generations to come,” said Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY), a co-sponsor of the bill and owner of two schnauzers who has long pushed for congressional action to ensure all canines can be “absolutely precious.” “While it’s unfortunate our country had to wait so many years for this legislation, it does not diminish the joy we all feel today ...


Whitfield Pushing Amendment to Benefit Elect. Utility Donors


Congressman Ed Whitfield (R-Ky.) is pushing an amendment that would further delay the implementation of EPA rules regarding power plants, something that a spokesman from Clean Air Watch “called a ‘hair-raising prospect’ given the ‘massive’ pollution from coal-fired power plants.” Electric utility company donors, of course, are the top-giving industry to Whitfield so far this year, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Whitfield and his leadership political action committee (PAC) have received $95,500 from electric utilities. Oil and gas ...


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