State employees walk out of the new state office building in Frankfort, Kentucky after touring the building on May 26, 2016.
State employees walk out of the new state office building in Frankfort, Kentucky after touring the building on May 26, 2016. Bobby Ellis
State employees walk out of the new state office building in Frankfort, Kentucky after touring the building on May 26, 2016. Bobby Ellis

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