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PRESS RELEASE: Help Not Harm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 31, 2021  Help Not Harm: A National Child Safety CampaignThe Family Foundation joins new initiative to protect children from dangerous transgender interventions Lexington, KY – Today, Family Policy Alliance and the alliance of state-based...

PRESS RELEASE: Help Not Harm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 31, 2021  Help Not Harm: A National Child Safety CampaignThe Family Foundation joins new initiative to protect children from dangerous transgender interventions Lexington, KY – Today, Family Policy Alliance and the alliance of state-based...

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Previous Press Releases

NDAA Amendment Shows Woke DC Now Cancelling Rosie the Riveter

As the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) continues to make its way through the Senate, Family Policy Alliance and the alliance of state-based family policy councils raise the alarm that now Woke D.C. is trying to cancel Rosie the Riveter. Earlier this week,...

The Family Foundation moves for transfer to Kentucky Supreme Court

LEXINGTON, KY — On Thursday, April 22, 2021, The Family Foundation once again moved to transfer the 10-year old slot-gaming case to the Kentucky Supreme Court.  HISTORY: On Sept. 24, 2020, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed the Franklin Circuit Court and found...

“We won the argument, but lost the fight”

LEXINGTON, KY — "We won the argument, but lost the fight," said Martin Cothran, spokesman for The Family Foundation after SB 120, the slots bill, passed the Kentucky House in a close vote. “Logic and common sense won the legal fight in Court, but money and political...

“It gets harder from here on out,” says group of slots bill

LEXINGTON, KY — The Family Foundation said that today's passage of the so-called "historical horse racing" slot machine bill (SB 120) in Senate Licensing and Occupations was expected. "We knew the bill was coming out of the committee. We just wanted to lay out our...

A legal “rabbit hole”?

LEXINGTON, KY — "This case gets more surreal by the hour," said a spokesman for The Family Foundation after the Franklin Circuit Court declined to enter judgment this morning as directed by the Kentucky Supreme Court on its historical horse racing decision. On Sept....

NDAA Amendment Shows Woke DC Now Cancelling Rosie the Riveter

As the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) continues to make its way through the Senate, Family Policy Alliance and the alliance of state-based family policy councils raise the alarm that now Woke D.C. is trying to cancel Rosie the Riveter. Earlier this week,...

The Family Foundation moves for transfer to Kentucky Supreme Court

LEXINGTON, KY — On Thursday, April 22, 2021, The Family Foundation once again moved to transfer the 10-year old slot-gaming case to the Kentucky Supreme Court.  HISTORY: On Sept. 24, 2020, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed the Franklin Circuit Court and found...

“We won the argument, but lost the fight”

LEXINGTON, KY — "We won the argument, but lost the fight," said Martin Cothran, spokesman for The Family Foundation after SB 120, the slots bill, passed the Kentucky House in a close vote. “Logic and common sense won the legal fight in Court, but money and political...

“It gets harder from here on out,” says group of slots bill

LEXINGTON, KY — The Family Foundation said that today's passage of the so-called "historical horse racing" slot machine bill (SB 120) in Senate Licensing and Occupations was expected. "We knew the bill was coming out of the committee. We just wanted to lay out our...

A legal “rabbit hole”?

LEXINGTON, KY — "This case gets more surreal by the hour," said a spokesman for The Family Foundation after the Franklin Circuit Court declined to enter judgment this morning as directed by the Kentucky Supreme Court on its historical horse racing decision. On Sept....