The recent decision by the Kentucky State Police not to accept any new recruits with visible tattoos shows how the Fletcher administration is cleaning up Kentucky.
Using discrimination tactics against the very citizens it claims to be looking out for is hypocritical at best. The Fletcher administration can't even come up with a balanced budget or new ways to create revenue so they turn their attention to the appearance of the state.
The state of Kentucky has nothing wrong with its appearance. The state park workers that may have tattoos work hard for minimal pay and deserve to be treated fairly. The big issue here is, where do we, as citizens, draw a line on these discrimination tactics? I have no problem with anyone with a tattoo. I have one of the University of Kentucky logo.