Kentucky Supreme Court

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The first historical markers commemorating Kentucky's LGBTQ history have been unveiled.

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The Kentucky Supreme Court has permanently disbarred a disability attorney who pleaded guilty to bribing judges and doctors in social security cases and then fled the country to avoid going to prison before being captured in Honduras.

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Kentucky's Republican governor is urging the state's highest court to rule in favor of a company whose owner refused to print T-shirts for a gay rights festival because of his Christian beliefs.

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The chief justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court wants lawmakers to increase salaries for judges, clerks and non-elected Judicial Branch employees in an effort to make the positions more competitive with jobs outside the state.


  Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Janet Stumbo retires the end of this week after 26 years of service to the state’s two appellate courts.


The Kentucky Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case dealing with a Lexington company’s refusal to print T-shirts for organizers of the city’s gay pride parade.

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The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear arguments in six civil cases next week in Frankfort.

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Justices on Kentucky’s Supreme Court heard arguments over whether Gov. Matt Bevin had the right to overhaul the University of Louisville board of trustees last year under a law that gives the governor power to reshape state boards while the legislature isn’t in session.

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Two of Kentucky's most bitter rivals will meet in court twice over the next 10 days in legal battles that could help shape the state's future in both politics and policy.

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Former Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John S. Palmore, who helped shape the state's modern unified justice system, has died. He was 99.