Sen. Albert Robinson, R-London, was flanked by Martin Cothran, left, and Stan Cave of the Family Foundation of Kentucky on Thursday while testifying for Senate Bill 180 in Frankfort. Robinson sponsored Senate Bill 180, and Cave testified in favor of it.
Sen. Albert Robinson, R-London, was flanked by Martin Cothran, left, and Stan Cave of the Family Foundation of Kentucky on Thursday while testifying for Senate Bill 180 in Frankfort. Robinson sponsored Senate Bill 180, and Cave testified in favor of it. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
Sen. Albert Robinson, R-London, was flanked by Martin Cothran, left, and Stan Cave of the Family Foundation of Kentucky on Thursday while testifying for Senate Bill 180 in Frankfort. Robinson sponsored Senate Bill 180, and Cave testified in favor of it. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

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