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Kent Ostrander, The Family ...
Kent Ostrander, The Family Foundation*
A leading supporter, Kent ...
A leading supporter, Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation, said after the Senate's 30-4 vote that the bill would put "a stake in the ground for free speech and religious liberty" for students.
"It's basically to allow students to have the same religious freedom that anybody else has," he
said the bill would protect all viewpoints.
"This should protect Christian religion, but it should protect all religions and atheists," he
"The bottom line is we are ...
"The bottom line is we are The Family Foundation, and expansion of gambling through casinos or online is targeting one group only: moms and dads," said Kent Ostrander, founder of The Family Foundation of Kentucky.
"It's an effort to separate a family from its assets.
The family is the building block of any society, and yet it is the most vulnerable institution in that society."
said there is a push in Kentucky, as in many other states, to add slot machines or casino-style gambling to racetracks in order to increase the tracks' viability.
said the added tax revenue to state governments will be more than offset by the societal costs of expanded gambling, particularly if it is made as easy as logging on to a computer.
"We are going to find ourselves with more broken homes and families than we can afford," he
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Kent Ostrander (B.A. - Vanderbilt University) attended Lafayette High School in Lexington and then studied at Vanderbilt University, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in mathematics.
He was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honorary society as a junior.
began work on The Family Foundation
in 1988, establishing a Board and incorporating the organization in 1989.
wife, Joyce, have seven adult children.
Kent Ostrander, executive ...
Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation of Kentucky, argued that SB 76 is a compromise proposal to accommodate transgendered students in a reasonable way and protect the privacy rights of other students.