Ashley Judd spoke to about 1,000 people on the steps of the state capitol in Frankfort on Tuesday as part of the  I love mountains  rally against mountaintop removal coal mining. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff
Ashley Judd spoke to about 1,000 people on the steps of the state capitol in Frankfort on Tuesday as part of the I love mountains rally against mountaintop removal coal mining. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Herald-Leader
Ashley Judd spoke to about 1,000 people on the steps of the state capitol in Frankfort on Tuesday as part of the I love mountains rally against mountaintop removal coal mining. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Herald-Leader

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