Kentucky Legal Updates
Compliance Law Updates Recently Announced:
Last Updated: 7/5/2023
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Kentucky Legal Updates:
- Lexington, Kentucky Amends Human Rights Ordinance to Include CROWN Provisions
- Kentucky Legalizes Medicinal Use of Cannabis
- Kentucky Releases Rule on Subminimum Wages for Individuals with Disabilities
- Kentucky Amends Rule on Independent Contractor Test
- Kentucky Releases New Rule on Wage and Hour Recordkeeping
- Kentucky Releases Final Rule on Equal Pay Provisions
- Kentucky Amends Regulations on Minimum Wage and Overtime Exemptions
- Kentucky Issues Final rule on Board, Lodging, Gratuities and Other Allowances
- Kentucky Amends Rule on Exempt Executive Employees
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