#‎Target‬ ‪#‎KY‬ Support Target, shop online or at your local Target store

“We have more serious things to worry about than restrooms, such as school bullying, suicide, unemployment, the homeless, finding cures for cancer, HIV, multiple sclerosis, stopping genocide in parts of the World, and a million other things. You have to ignore these so-called family foundations, their only agenda is to spread hate and fear.” stated …

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Kentucky Equality Federation issues a rare designation, Ambassador of Goodwill

Ambassador Designation Kentucky Equality Federation honored Scott Robinson as an “Ambassador of Goodwill” on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The award was given by founder Jordan Palmer. According to the statement from the Office of the President: Mr. Robinson is currently the show director for female impersonation artists at The Bar Complex in Lexington, Kentucky. Palmer stated: …

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Religious Freedom Bill Consideration – Senate Bill 180 Wasting Taxpayer Dollars says Secretary-General Jordan Palmer

Representatives and senators in Frankfort and the District of Columbia continue to act in the name of so-called “religious freedom” and wasting tax dollars. When is the last time you heard of members of a religious belief they could not assemble? How about a church being closed by the state? Our representatives and senators are …

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Kentucky Equality Federation vows to sue if Senate Bill 180 becomes law

The Interim Membership Committee of the Kentucky Equality Federation voted to permit the president or secretary-general of the alliance to sue the Commonwealth of Kentucky if Senate Bill 180 is passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin. Senate Bill 180 would legally protect businesses that, refuse to service …

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Contempt of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis

Min. Jordan Palmer Following is a special statement from Minister Jordan Palmer, secretary-general of the Kentucky Equality Federation alliance, its member and dependant organizations: Kentucky Equality Federation firmly supports Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis’ rights to freedom of conscience, faith, and speech. We believe these rights belong to all people regardless of any defining characteristic …

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#KY #KYGA16 Jordan Palmer and Kentucky Equality Federation call for Rowan County Clerk impeachment

“Today, we call on Governor Steve Beshear to call a Special Session of the Kentucky General Assembly to impeach the Rowan County Clerk. The action of the Clerk defies Kentucky and U.S. Court rulings. This violates the oath of office taken by Kim Davis and if she cannot complete her job because of “religious beliefs” …

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#MarriageEquality: Special Statement on U.S. Supreme Court and marriage equality in Kentucky

SPECIAL STATEMENT: JORDAN PALMER FOR KENTUCKY EQUALITY FEDERATION AND MILES MEEHAN FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY KENTUCKY “Today, we celebrate with LGBTIQ communities across the country; particularly across our Commonwealth, as the U.S. Supreme Court has reached the historic ruling to declare marriage equality for all masses. Historically, courts have always had to act in favor of …

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Kentucky Equality Federation raises issue with EKU’s proposed policy change for “Registered Student Organizations”

Brandon Combs, Chairman of the Board for the Kentucky Equality Federation, reached out to Dr. Michael T. Benson, President, and Dr. Janna P. Vice, Provost, of Eastern Kentucky University regarding a proposed policy change for Registered Student Organizations (RSO). (download) The proposed policy includes verbiage that would open the door for student organizations to willfully …

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Ohio same-sex marriage ruling mirrors Kentucky’s; taxpayer money being wasted

The ruling in Ohio is very similar to that in Kentucky. As with the Commonwealth, Ohio votes had a Constitutional Amendment defining marriage as a union between one man and one woman. U.S. District Judge Timothy Black has announced he will issue a ruling similar to that of U.S. District Judge John Heyburn, allowing marriages …

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Kentucky Equality Federation concerned with the voluntary student expression of religious viewpoints in public schools

House Republicans want to pass the voluntary student expression of religious viewpoints in public schools,” stated Kentucky Equality Federation Southeastern Kentucky Regional Director Will Taylor. “The proposed legislation, House Bill 426 could create an ‘open season‘ on gay and lesbian students (LGBTI) or any non-Christian student.” Kentucky Equality Federation Eastern Kentucky Regional Director Matt Berry …

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