Natasha Sizemore of Nicholasville is lobbying the General Assembly for a public registry of convicted child abusers after her daughter, Kylie Jo, was seriously injured last year while she was at work. The infant’s babysitter awaits trial on charges of criminal abuse and assault.
Natasha Sizemore of Nicholasville is lobbying the General Assembly for a public registry of convicted child abusers after her daughter, Kylie Jo, was seriously injured last year while she was at work. The infant’s babysitter awaits trial on charges of criminal abuse and assault. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
Natasha Sizemore of Nicholasville is lobbying the General Assembly for a public registry of convicted child abusers after her daughter, Kylie Jo, was seriously injured last year while she was at work. The infant’s babysitter awaits trial on charges of criminal abuse and assault. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

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