State’s Appeal Brief is Very Brief

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has filed a brief in their appeal of the Kentucky Homeland Security lawsuit. The word brief could be used as both a noun and adjective, since the brief itself was only 9 pages long!  Readers of this blog can view this brief by clicking on the link below.

Appellants Brief body in electronic format

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Helen Kagin Humanist Profile

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Helen Kagin Memorial

One of our plaintiffs, Helen Kagin, passed away on February 17, 2010.   She is also the wife of our attorney Edwin Kagin. Her memorial is scheduled for April 24 in Cincinnati. See the information below for more details. 

Helen and Edwin Kagin

   

   

AMERICAN ATHEISTS 

http://www.atheists.org 

You are invited to join in celebration 

of the extraordinary life of  

   

HELEN SMITH KAGIN 

(January 31, 1934 – February 17, 2010) 

   

Helen Kagin was a heroine of the Freethought movement.  Along with her husband, Edwin, she co-founded CAMP QUEST, a secular summer camp for non-believer youngsters.  She and Edwin were recipients of the ATHEIST OF THE YEAR AWARD from American Atheists, and she was 

active in numerous Freethought projects for more than two decades.  

   

   

This will be a casual, fun celebration in the spirit of potluck. 

If you can bring a dish, let us know.  The venue is 

   

LAKERIDGE HALL 

7210 Pippin Road 

Cincinnati, Ohio 45329 

   

Saturday, April 24, 2010 — 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM 

   

For further information visit  

   

http://www.evite.com/app/publicUrl/KHVGQBXOPPIGXOOYRBJO/HelenSmithKaginMemorial

 
or send -email to:  kayleighmg@fuse.net
 
WHAT: A celebration of the life of Helen Smith Kagin
 
WHEN: Saturday, April 24, 2010 — 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
 
WHERE:  LAKERIDGE HALL 7210 Pippin Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45329
 
 
or send -email to:  kayleighmg@fuse.net
 
(AMERICAN ATHEISTS is a nationwide movement that defends civil rights for Atheists, Freethinkers and other nonbelievers; works for the total separation of church and state; and addresses issues of First Amendment public policy.)