Chris Hartman, left, director of the Fairness Campaign, which supported the bill, confronted Bryan Beauman, an attorney for the Alliance Defense Fund, following Tuesday's House Education Committee meeting at the Capitol in Frankfort.
Chris Hartman, left, director of the Fairness Campaign, which supported the bill, confronted Bryan Beauman, an attorney for the Alliance Defense Fund, following Tuesday's House Education Committee meeting at the Capitol in Frankfort. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chris Hartman, left, director of the Fairness Campaign, which supported the bill, confronted Bryan Beauman, an attorney for the Alliance Defense Fund, following Tuesday's House Education Committee meeting at the Capitol in Frankfort. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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