KY Senate Committee Approves Copper Theft Bill

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/15/2012 3:02 pm
A bill aimed at cracking down on copper theft is now one step closer to becoming a law.

A Senate Commitee unanimously approved House Bill 390 Thursday.

The proposal would mean anyone who sells copper to a recycler would be paid by check.

Buyers would have to keep logs of what they sold and could also get theft notices from police.
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