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Jan. 13, 2014 @ 12:00 AM

A bill proposed by state Sen. Evan Jenkins would create a criminal offense when a person has possession of burglary tools with evidence that the tools had been used or were about to be used in a crime. A story in Sunday's edition of The Herald-Dispatch mischaracterized the proposal. Jenkins also has proposed legislation to assess the impact of new laws on jobs to make sure legislation is "not doing more harm than good."

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