Homeschool students stage protest

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Sit-in at Capitol part of competition on food safety

By Meaghan Downs

Lawrenceburg home school students occupied a different kind of classroom last Thursday — a sit-in in the Kentucky governor’s hallway.
Sporting blue and green tie-dyed T-shirts, about 10 home school students held up handmade posters detailing the correlation between mountain removal and coal mining to mercury in fish. Some of the younger students handed out business cards with EPA facts and poll sheets.  But as members of the First Lego League, these students weren’t only protesting.
They were competing.

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