Monthly Archives: November 2013

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Hobby Lobby Case

The Supreme Court has agreed to take up two significant religious liberty cases. Under provisions of the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare, employers over a certain size are required to offer insurance coverage which includes abortion and contraception to employees. Two businesses owned by people with strong Christian convictions – Oklahoma-based arts and […]

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Louisville Representative Files Bills To Allow Eight Casinos in Kentucky

The Louisville Courier-Journal is reporting that Rep. Larry Clark (D-Louisville) has filed bills in anticipation of the 2014 legislative session that would expand gambling in eight locations across the state, including five racetracks. According to the CJ, one of the bills is a constitutional amendment allowing casino gambling.

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Church Leaders Urged to Fight Predatory Lending

Faith leaders from across the commonwealth are being urged to meet on Nov. 18 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. at Buck Run Baptist Church, 3894 Georgetown Road, Frankfort to take a stand on payday lending. The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the usurious nature of payday lending and how the faith community can […]

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