After an off-duty police officer in Kentucky was charged with harassment for allegedly grabbing, shoving and threatening a 13-year-old referee -- someone anonymously notified the state's Labor Cabinet
that the victim Nathaniel Rase
was too young to be a referee, 14 being the legal age for "employment." On Thursday, Kentucky lawmakers moved to make an exemption in the labor law for
referees to age 12. The law already has amendments exempting minors who do farm work and grass cutting, and for 11-year-old golf caddies.
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