Bill Banning Drag Shows in Kentucky Runs Out of Time to Override Likely Veto

A bill to ban drag performances on publicly owned land or anywhere where children could view the performance is most likely dead for this session of the Kentucky Legislature.
The bill, introduced by Republican Sen. Lindsey Tichenor, is almost officially dead due to not having enough time left this session for the legislature to override a likely veto by Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear.
The deadline to override any veto from the Governor is Friday, March 17, and the bill still requires a third reading on the floor before even being sent to Beshear, which is now impossible.
“The bill will not make it through to a veto override, however the bill is still alive currently in the House,” Tichenor said in an email to The Epoch Times. “I am hopeful we can at least get it on the governor’s desk and let the chips fall where they may. If we are not able to get it through this session, I will indeed reintroduce the bill next session.”…

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