Attorney General Andy Beshear

KENTUCKY OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

Kentucky's Attorney General said he's going to investigate the operations and management of a troubled water district.

KENTUCKY OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

Attorney General Andy Beshear said many Kentuckians are having to choose between basic necessities and increasing energy costs.  

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A ruling from the Kentucky attorney general's office says the state Board of Education violated the Open Meetings Act by discussing in closed session changes to former Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt's contract.

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Organizations in Graves County are partnering with the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office to participate in their Opioid Disposal Program.

KENTUCKY OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

  A judge has denied a request to have Kentucky's attorney general disqualified from taking part in a lawsuit challenging a new law making changes to the state's pension system.

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Kentucky politicians have mixed reactions to a video Governor Matt Bevin posted on Sunday. Bevin’s video was a response to the outcry over his comments claiming children were sexually abused and introduced to drugs because teachers were protesting at the Capitol.

Ryland Barton

A day after Gov. Matt Bevin signed a bill overhauling retirement benefits for public workers, Attorney General Andy Beshear has filed a lawsuit to try and block it.

Ryland Barton

  Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general says he’ll go to court to challenge the pension overhaul bill passed by lawmakers in the Republican-controlled General Assembly Thursday night.

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Democratic Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear called the latest Republican-led effort to overhaul the pension system through an amended wastewater bill “government at its worst.”

Andy Beshear, official photo

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear wants to see final approval of a federal bill that allows owners of websites like ‘Back Page’ to be prosecuted for crimes like human trafficking. The U.S. House and Senate have both passed the legislation H.R. 1865. It now has to be signed by President Donald Trump to become law.

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