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To create an economic environment in Kentucky that fosters #jobsnotlawsuits
Years of Unfairness
For years, Kentucky has had one of the most unfair legal climates in the nation. And the current pandemic has hit our Kentucky economy worse than almost any other state.
The Partner for Commonsense Justice is launching our new #jobsnotlawsuits campaign that will continue through the election and into the legislative session, so that our leaders understand the importance of legal reform in getting the Kentucky economy back on track.
How We Get There
Our coalition of job creators, healthcare providers, small business owners, and every day taxpayers and families will be reaching out to candidates and elected officials to ensure that legal reform is a top priority, because Kentucky needs more #jobsnotlawsuits
We Can Use Your Help!
Hundreds of Kentuckians are already supporters of the Partnership for Commonsense Justice, but we hope to increase that number to thousands through our new #jobsnotlawsuits campaign.
Over the coming weeks, we will be contacting candidates for legislative office in Kentucky highlighting the importance of the need for legal reform to help get Kentucky’s economy back on track to recover from COVID.Sign Up for Our Newsletter
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Over the coming weeks, we will be contacting candidates for legislative office in Kentucky highlighting the importance of the need for legal reform to help get Kentucky’s economy back on track to recover from COVID.
Then, the supporters of our coalition will be focused on the 2021 legislative session.
Whether by phone, email, or social media, our supporters will be doing everything they can as part of our #jobsnotlawsuits campaign. As a supporter, you will receive updates on key campaigns and legislative issues.
There are no dues, and we do not sell or trade our list to any other groups. Please join the Partnership for Commonsense Justice today!
PCJ has had great conversations with community leaders:
- Shawn McPhearson
- Jonathan Dixon
- William Lawrence
- Bill Wesley
Thank you for your stance on improving Kentucky's legal climate to help protect small business and keep healthcare costs low.
The Partnership for Commensense Justice
“PCJ,” is a coalition of job creators, healthcare providers, small business owners, and every day taxpayers concerned about Kentucky’s liability climate.
Our group was very supportive of Senate Bill 5 and appreciates your efforts to pass this bill into law.
Because of your hard work on Senate Bill 5 (sponsoring or co-sponsoring, speaking up on the bill, or working behind the scenes to secure its passage) you are being recognized as a 2021 Partner for Commonsense Justice.
- Robert Stivers
- Damon Thayer
- Mike Wilson
- Ralph Alvarado
- Jared Carpenter
- Danny Carroll
- Matt Castlen
- Rick Girdler
- Paul Hornback
- Stephen Meredith
- Robby Mills
- Mike Nemes
- Max Wise
- David Osborne
- Josh Bray
- William Lawrence
- Ed Massey
- Shawn McPherson
- Phil Pratt
Thank you for stepping up to support small businesses, healthcare providers, and educators during the 2021 General Assembly.
Chariman, Partnership for Commonsense Justic