Tiffiney Veloudis, right, who says son Cooper, 3, who has cerebral palsy, gets therapeutic benefits from a playhouse in the family's side yard in Lexington's Andover Forest, is backing a state bill that would abolish deed restrictions on structures deemed medically necessary for children.
Tiffiney Veloudis, right, who says son Cooper, 3, who has cerebral palsy, gets therapeutic benefits from a playhouse in the family's side yard in Lexington's Andover Forest, is backing a state bill that would abolish deed restrictions on structures deemed medically necessary for children. ©2011
Tiffiney Veloudis, right, who says son Cooper, 3, who has cerebral palsy, gets therapeutic benefits from a playhouse in the family's side yard in Lexington's Andover Forest, is backing a state bill that would abolish deed restrictions on structures deemed medically necessary for children. ©2011

Mother takes playhouse fight to Kentucky lawmakers

January 06, 2012 12:00 AM

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