Lexington Human Rights Commission asks KY Supreme Court to hear gay pride t-shirt case

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The Lexington Human Rights Commission is asking the state Supreme Court to hear its case against a local print store. 
The commission made the decision last night Monday night after meeting in executive session.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled last Friday that the shop Hands On Originals did not discriminate when it refused to print T-shirts for the 2012 Pride Festival. 
On a unanimous vote, the Lexington Human Rights Commission voted to request that the state’s highest court grant discretionary review of the appeals court decision. 


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