FRANKFORT, KY. — A group of Amish men who have spent time in jail
for refusing to use a reflective symbol on their horse-drawn buggies
asked the Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday to grant them a religious
exemption from using the orange triangles.
More than a dozen Amish
men from Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee dressed in dark pants, vests and
wide-brimmed hats attended the hearing before the state's highest court
to hear attorneys argue the religious freedom issue.
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