Official uses money earmarked for roads to restore a home 

The secretary of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, Marcheta Sparrow, diverted $500,000 in federal money that was allocated to roads and transportation, and used it to preserve a historic home in Breckinridge County where President Abraham Lincoln’s Judge Advocate General once lived as politicians call for higher gas taxes to pay for roads.

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