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Sen. Winters trying to help find safety compromise

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Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 12:00 pm

First District Sen. Ken Winters is hoping to help in a Graves County dispute over requiring Amish residents to display a florescent triangle on buggies contrary to their religious beliefs.

Winters, R-Murray, says he has asked his staff to review how laws in other states deal with highway safety concerning buggies. Kentucky law requires  display of driver-alert signage such as a yellow-orange triangle with a reflective border that is dark red.

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