Melvin Kindle, et al vs. City of Jeffersontown, et al

Reply Brief for Appellants

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Plaintiffs assert claims of public employment free speech under the First Amendment and under the Kentucky Whistleblower Act. The issues are whether their speech concerning the City of Jeffersontown police department addressed a matter of public concern and whether a municipality is covered by the Kentucky Whistleblower Act.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | Federal, 6th Circuit, Kentucky | United States


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