Courier-Journal (KY)


The main newspaper for the city of Louisville, Kentucky. With a circulation of 131,000 it is the largest newspaper in Kentucky.
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Primary geographic focus: Kentucky
Organization type(s): Media
Acronym or short name: The C-J


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News Story

Wife forced to pay for abusive husband’s divorce lawyer

Deborah Yetter
Courier-Journal (KY)
January 10, 2018
She was shocked further when she sought to divorce him and discovered that an obscure provision of Kentucky law required her to pay for his lawyer because as an inmate he had no means to hire an attorney.

Op-Ed

Equal justice at risk

John G. Levi, Victor B. Maddox
Courier-Journal (KY)
June 1, 2017
Every day, LSC-funded legal aid attorneys in Kentucky and across our nation are upholding this ideal as they work to expand access to justice to all Americans. Their vital work must continue.

News Story

Lawsuits allege migrant workers exploited

Deborah Yetter
Courier-Journal (KY)
May 29, 2015
Three federal lawsuits allege that between 2013 and this year 39 workers from Mexico were paid substandard wages, lived in squalid housing, and some were threatened with jail or deportation if they complained.



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