Politics & Government

February 13, 2012 12:12 PM

Appeal of redistricting ruling could cost $220,000 in legal fees

FRANKFORT — The battle over Kentucky's newly-drawn legislative districts went to the state Supreme Court on Monday at a potential cost of $220,000 in legal fees, most of that to be footed by taxpayers.

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