By choosing to go on the road for Wednesday’s oral arguments appealing a Franklin Circuit Court ruling striking down modest school choice legislation passed in 2021, the state’s Supreme Court gave more Kentuckians the opportunity to witness their work than would fit in the court’s crowded Frankfort chambers.

With some exceptions due to COVID, the court annually has heard cases in various locations throughout the commonwealth since 1985 to offer an educational opportunity for citizens to witness the justices in action.

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