Speaking on Thursday for Senate Bill 150, which would expand DNA collection in Kentucky to people arrested for felonies, were (from left) Michelle Kuiper, a Louisville rape survivor; James Tillman, who served 18 years in prison for a Connecticut rape he did not commit; and Jayann Sepich, whose daughter was raped and murdered in New Mexico.
Speaking on Thursday for Senate Bill 150, which would expand DNA collection in Kentucky to people arrested for felonies, were (from left) Michelle Kuiper, a Louisville rape survivor; James Tillman, who served 18 years in prison for a Connecticut rape he did not commit; and Jayann Sepich, whose daughter was raped and murdered in New Mexico. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
Speaking on Thursday for Senate Bill 150, which would expand DNA collection in Kentucky to people arrested for felonies, were (from left) Michelle Kuiper, a Louisville rape survivor; James Tillman, who served 18 years in prison for a Connecticut rape he did not commit; and Jayann Sepich, whose daughter was raped and murdered in New Mexico. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

Senate panel approves bills to expand DNA collection, set deadline for testing rape kits

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