Shawn Helbig, a member of the board of the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police, testified Wednesday in support of a bill that would make police officers, firefighters and EMS workers a protected class under Kentucky’s hate-crime law. Rep. Kevin Bratcher, R-Louisville, right, sponsored the bill.
Shawn Helbig, a member of the board of the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police, testified Wednesday in support of a bill that would make police officers, firefighters and EMS workers a protected class under Kentucky’s hate-crime law. Rep. Kevin Bratcher, R-Louisville, right, sponsored the bill. Daniel Desrochers ddesrochers@herald-leader.com
Shawn Helbig, a member of the board of the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police, testified Wednesday in support of a bill that would make police officers, firefighters and EMS workers a protected class under Kentucky’s hate-crime law. Rep. Kevin Bratcher, R-Louisville, right, sponsored the bill. Daniel Desrochers ddesrochers@herald-leader.com

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