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In September, hundreds of black and white Christians came together in Louisville to work on racial justice. Yes, Christian people, church people, across the racial divide. America often thinks that Christians are troublesome, hateful and partisan. True, but only sometimes. There is another side. On this occasion, brought together by love in a very large black church, the walls came ...

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 with the goal of, “equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency” for people with disabilities. An Amendment to the Act was passed in 2008 to reaffirm the core mission of the ADA.

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

In a recent case Meyer Tool Inc. the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) upheld the traditional legal test used to assess the question: when will an employee’s “outburst” or unprofessional behavior lose the employee the protection of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

“He was running down the street when they shot him in his tracks The only thing agreed upon is he ain’t coming back About the only thing agreed upon Is he ain’t coming back There won’t be any trial So the air it won’t be cleared There’s just two sides calling names Out of anger …

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

Some days, it feels like we’re taking two steps back, without even the moment of illusion of progress with one step forward. So it’s about time- long past time- we had some good news for workers’ rights in Kentucky. Here it is! Wage theft is a huge problem in Kentucky (and everywhere across America). When …

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

EmpowerWest. Short for “Empower West Louisville”. Shorter still for “Black and white churches joined together for the empowerment of racially-segregated Louisville’s predominantly-black West End.” Income inequality (the gap between rich and poor) and wealth inequality (the widening gap between people who have and people who have darn near nothing) is bad enough no matter the …

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Chris Sanders Law PLLC Louisville KY

As the saying goes, “We’re living in interesting times.” That’s putting it way too mildly. The new saying is, “We’re living in divided times.” America is red and blue, liberal and conservative, Democratic and Republican, in or out, up or down. All this division can be exhausting. People of goodwill and balanced temperament, who don’t …

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