Holding signs with pictures of Kayden Branham, teens and others rallied Thursday in support of bills that sponsors say would significantly reduce the number of meth labs in Kentucky by making one of the ingredients harder to get. Kayden died in 2009 after drinking drain cleaner at a suspected Wayne County meth lab.
Holding signs with pictures of Kayden Branham, teens and others rallied Thursday in support of bills that sponsors say would significantly reduce the number of meth labs in Kentucky by making one of the ingredients harder to get. Kayden died in 2009 after drinking drain cleaner at a suspected Wayne County meth lab. AP
Holding signs with pictures of Kayden Branham, teens and others rallied Thursday in support of bills that sponsors say would significantly reduce the number of meth labs in Kentucky by making one of the ingredients harder to get. Kayden died in 2009 after drinking drain cleaner at a suspected Wayne County meth lab. AP

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