A federal appeals court announced its opinion Friday, August 23, to uphold a lower court ruling awarding $224,000 in attorney’s fees and costs in the case of couples who were refused marriage licenses by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.
Four Kentucky advocacy groups launched a video calling on the Kentucky Farm Bureau to "stop the hate" ahead of their annual Ham Breakfast at the Kentucky State Fair.
With a unanimous vote of 5-0 August 6, 2019, the Northern Kentucky town of Dayton, population 5,338, became the twelfth city in the Commonwealth with a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.
On July 30, 2019 the ACLU-KY Legal Program sent a letter to the Public Safety Committee of the Louisville Metro Council detailing our concerns with a proposed "Pedestrian Safety" Ordinance that is under consideration.
A new Kentucky law gives pregnant workers a clear right to reasonable accommodations when needed to keep them healthy and safe on the job, absent undue hardship on the employer.
Appeals judges want lower court to take a closer look at reasons why Lexington Fayette Urban-County Government wants to withhold documents
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