Cindy Sommer, left, a private investigator from Lexington, and others went to the Capitol on Wednesday to urge Gov. Steve Beshear to veto a religious freedom bill which would strengthen a person's ability to ignore state regulations or laws that contradict his or her "sincerely held" religious beliefs. The House and Senate both passed the measure.
Cindy Sommer, left, a private investigator from Lexington, and others went to the Capitol on Wednesday to urge Gov. Steve Beshear to veto a religious freedom bill which would strengthen a person's ability to ignore state regulations or laws that contradict his or her "sincerely held" religious beliefs. The House and Senate both passed the measure. AP
Cindy Sommer, left, a private investigator from Lexington, and others went to the Capitol on Wednesday to urge Gov. Steve Beshear to veto a religious freedom bill which would strengthen a person's ability to ignore state regulations or laws that contradict his or her "sincerely held" religious beliefs. The House and Senate both passed the measure. AP

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