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Constitutional Amendment required for sports betting, says The Family Foundation (August 8, 2018)
“A spokesman for The Family Foundation said today, at the Louisville Forum, that current efforts trying to allow sports betting by statute will not work. ‘In order for anyone to legalize sports betting in Kentucky, they will have to amend the state’s Constitution,’ said Martin Cothran.”
Supremes Slap Down CA Abortion Ad Requirement (June 26, 2018)
“The court affirmed today that government should not force people to say or do things in which they don’t believe,” said Martin Cothran, spokesman for The Family Foundation. “No one should be forced to provide free advertising for the abortion industry – least of all pro-life pregnancy centers.”
Cake case underscores religious freedom rights (June 4, 2018)
“The government should not violate anyone’s sincerely held religious beliefs,” said a spokesman for The Family Foundation in response to today’s Supreme Court ruling, Masterpiece Cakeshop, in favor of a Colorado baker who declined to create a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding.
Is one of the “entries” disqualified? (April 30, 2018)
As Kentuckians prepare for the Kentucky Derby, a new twist has developed in an 8-year-long court case involving wagering on historical horse races: One of the two Kentucky providers of the “historic horse racing” gambling technology is in court in Wyoming claiming that Kentucky’s second provider is unlawfully marketing their devices as “pari-mutuel” in that state… If correct, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has approved a gambling system which is not allowed under Kentucky law.
COMING SOON: We will be releasing our Kentucky Candidate Information Survey at the beginning of September!
KCIS is an educational project established in 1993 for the purpose of informing voters where candidates stand in the candidate’s own words. Reliably reporting candidates’ views to Kentucky voters improves 1) voters’ knowledge of candidates; 2) voter participation; and 3) the quality of the democratic process.
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