Kentucky governor: Schools closing for wind chill is a sign we’re ‘soft’

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin prodded Kentucky school districts to toughen up in the face of dangerously frigid winds that are blowing through the region.

Speaking on WHAS-AM (840 AM) Tuesday, host Terry Meiners reminded Bevin that he would be up late with his children because of classes being canceled Wednesday.

“Now we cancel school for cold, I mean — ” Bevin said.

“It’s deep freeze; this is serious business,” Meiners responded.

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