are not in violation of the law." "This isn't a booze fest," Kay said of the education programs. This isn't so undergraduates can have a good time at the expense of their parents and their universities." Kay agreed with Rep.
Susan Westrom, D-Lexington, that the proposed legislation would also boost workforce development efforts in the state.
"Those programs have to go outside of their institution to get a third-party vendor to even have alcohol.
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Prior to joining Hoge Partners, PLLC, Jim's practice with another Louisville firm focused in commercial transactions, real estate and business.
Since 2013, he has refocused his practice on Family Law matters with a special emphasis on business and real estate factors.