LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A lawsuit filed by Special Olympics Kentucky against Louisville Metro Government is holding up a new city ordinance.
The non-profit filed the suit over a new law that limits the number of clothing collection bins in the city.
It also slaps a $300 annual fee on each one.
The CEO of Special Olympics Kentucky says that would cost the organization close to $20,000 a year.
The law is intended to go after less-reputable groups that don't maintain their bins.
It was supposed to go into effect today, but won't until further order from the court.
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