Kentucky lawmakers discuss their proposed solutions for heroin epidemic plaguing Northern Kentucky

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A few weeks into the 2014 legislative session, bills are making their way to the floor, as did one father, who talked to lawmakers about how a bill they area voting on might have saved his son’s life.

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