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Employee photo Meet Matt Trebelhorn. With active bills sitting on his desk at any given time, he has a lot to juggle as a Legislative Committee Analyst. Drafting bills, meeting with committee Chairs, and explaining a complicated statute to a constituent are all part of Trebelhorn’s daily routine. As an analyst for LRC’s Judiciary committee, he deals with “anything that touches the courts,” he said. After joining the LRC in January of 2000 as a photographer for Public Information, Trebelhorn went on to pursue a dual degree at the University of Kentucky College of Law and the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce before returning to the agency in 2012. During his time away, he also gained experience working at the U.S. Department of State in Milan, Italy, and at the Kentucky’s Administrative Office of the Courts. Along with traveling, cheering for the Chicago Cubs, and riding his bike, Trebelhorn enjoys volunteering at Broke Spoke, a completely volunteer-based community bike shop in Lexington that gives underserved populations access to bikes and repair services. Whether it’s constructing a complicated bill or reconstructing broken bikes, Trebelhorn said being able to untangle things to make them work correctly is the most rewarding part of any task he is given.