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Can the Boss Take Your Temperature and Force Hand Washing? Returning to Work in a Pandemic

Yesterday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo voiced his belief that a mass rollout of rapid tests for the novel coronavirus would be needed in order for a state of normalcy to return to the country. The logic behind his thinking is that an adequate supply of tests that provide quick results will allow communities to…

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Paid Leave for Kentucky Workers: What You Need to Know

An emergency room nurse in Kentucky has seen a surge of suspected COVID-19 cases in the last week as the number of people testing positive for the novel coronavirus continues to rise. In fact, several of her coworkers are currently ill and test results confirmed they are infected with the same dreaded virus that is…

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Forced Quarantine in Kentucky?

A few days ago, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced in a press conference that a Nelson County man, who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), was now under forced quarantine after his refusal to self isolate. Governor Beshear explained that he had worked with “county judges and others” to protect the greater good…

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Fortunately There Was Only Smoke, and No Fire In Lexington Theater

On January 26, the Carmike Cinema on Mapleleaf Drive in Lexington had to be completely evacuated after it filled up with smoke. It was scary for the movie-goers as the entire building was being evacuated but it was quickly determined that a fan belt in a blower motor on the roof was the cause of…

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Reflecting on the Newtown Tragedy

The Frank Jenkins Law Office extends its deepest condolences to the victims and families involved in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Connecticut. In Kentucky, we are profoundly impacted by this tragedy because we also experienced the shock and pain of a school shooting in our own state 15 years ago this month. It…

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