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Around Kentucky … One of two people who were shot Saturday night in Scottsville died Sunday, according to investigators. Alyssia M. Rodriguez, 21, died Sunday morning at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after being shot in the head Saturday night, according to a news release from Kentucky State Police Post 3 in Bowling Green, which is investigating the incident. -- Bowling Green Daily News * * * Kentucky lawmakers hope a bill they approved Wednesday will stop the annoying telemarketing practice of “spoofing,” which makes calls appear as though they’re coming from a local phone number. House Bill 84, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Bratcher, R-Louisville, requires that telephone solicitors either list their true phone number or leave it as unknown. It now awaits a signature or veto by Gov. Matt Bevin. --Lexington Herald-Leader * * * On Wednesday, the Kentucky House of Representatives voted to approve Senate Bill 84, officially establishing a state license for certified professional midwives. If the governor signs the bill, Kentucky will become the 34th state to establish CPMs. The bill will allow midwives from nearby areas to move to and practice in Kentucky, if they get the proper certifications. --Kentucky New Era

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