Carole Boyd of Lexington spoke with columnist John Rosemond on Wednesday morning after Rosemond held a news conference at the Lexington federal courthouse. Boyd was there to support Rosemond, who filed a federal lawsuit against the state Tuesday for violations of his right to free speech.  "It's very embarrassing for the state of Kentucky," Boyd said.
Carole Boyd of Lexington spoke with columnist John Rosemond on Wednesday morning after Rosemond held a news conference at the Lexington federal courthouse. Boyd was there to support Rosemond, who filed a federal lawsuit against the state Tuesday for violations of his right to free speech. "It's very embarrassing for the state of Kentucky," Boyd said. Herald-Leader
Carole Boyd of Lexington spoke with columnist John Rosemond on Wednesday morning after Rosemond held a news conference at the Lexington federal courthouse. Boyd was there to support Rosemond, who filed a federal lawsuit against the state Tuesday for violations of his right to free speech. "It's very embarrassing for the state of Kentucky," Boyd said. Herald-Leader

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