Faye Morton, center, joined other mental health advocates on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, outside the Kentucky Senate chamber to lobby for Tim’s Law. The bill is named for her son Tim, who suffered from mental illness and homelessness.
Faye Morton, center, joined other mental health advocates on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, outside the Kentucky Senate chamber to lobby for Tim’s Law. The bill is named for her son Tim, who suffered from mental illness and homelessness. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Faye Morton, center, joined other mental health advocates on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, outside the Kentucky Senate chamber to lobby for Tim’s Law. The bill is named for her son Tim, who suffered from mental illness and homelessness. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

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