The Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, for example, now calls itself the Kentucky Justice Association.
Tom Donohue, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, points out the damage an unfair legal system can do to a state like Kentucky.
"An unfair legal system sucks the life out of a state’s economy. It affects business expansion, it affects jobs and it takes money out of consumers’ pockets," Donohue said.
Kentucky recently ranked 33rd in the nation in terms of the fairness of its state legal system.
Kentucky's Democratic Party is trying to elevate two trial attorneys -- or should we call them "justice associates" -- to the two most powerful political offices in the state. Anyone who works for or with a business should be warned.