Louisville State of Emergency, Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Meets

Executive Orders Issued Ahead Of Breonna Taylor Decision

(Louisville, KY)  —  Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is issuing two executive orders this afternoon ahead of any decision in the Breonna Taylor case.  Mayor Fischer declared a state of emergency, which gives him the power to implement a curfew and hire people to deal with possible unrest. The second order limits access to five downtown parking garages and bans on street parking.  Fischer says he doesn’t know when Attorney General Daniel Cameron will announce a decision on charges.