Americans United and the American Civil Liberties Union are representing Alicia Pedreira and other Kentucky taxpayers in a lawsuit against the state and Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children.
What does KBHC stand for?
KBHC stands for Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children
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- Kenya Budget Hotel Association
- Kevin B Howard Architects (Tucson, Arizona architectural firm)
- Klamath Basin Horse Association
- Kobe Blues Harpists Association
- Kenya Bar Hostess AIDS Programme
- Kantor Bantuan Hukum Bengkulu (Indonesian: Bengkulu Legal Aid Office)
- Korea Bell Helicopter Co. (est. 1986; South Korea)
- Kowloon Bay Health Centre (Hong Kong)
- Kristin Brooks Hope Center (suicide prevention; Washington, DC)
- Kansas Business Hall of Fame
- Klamath Basin Habitat for Humanity (Oregon)
- Kemp Burdick Hinton & Hall
- Kelompok Bimbingan Haji Indonesia
- Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
- Kettering/Butzel Health Initiative
- KeyBank Home Improvement
Samples in periodicals archive:
When Alicia Pedreira started work at the Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children in 1998, she expected to do her job, and some good, as a children's therapist supervisor.
Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children (KBHC) recently fired a therapist because she is a lesbian.
Simpson ruled that the Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children (KBHC) did not violate Alicia Pedreira's fights when it fired her in October of 1998 after learning of her homosexuality.
In March 1998, Pedreira was hired to work at the Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children (KBHC), an institution that describes itself as the "largest private provider of child welfare in Kentucky.
Americans United and the ACLU charge that the state government may not pay for services at the Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children (KBHC) because the religious group uses the money to advance its religious agenda.