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During a hearing on Thursday, the judge presiding over the lawsuit against Kentucky’s new pension law questioned why state lawmakers were able to pass the measure out of the legislature in just one day.

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear said his office has won another victory in the effort to have recent changes to the state’s pension plans declared unconstitutional.

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Kentucky was one of the states that contacted Facebook requesting information on how many residents have been affected by the recent privacy breach when Cambridge Analytica got access to the personal data of an estimated 87 million people. 

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This week in Kentucky politics, speculation flared that Kentucky’s new education leaders would try to take over Louisville’s public school district. Plus, a judge ruled that Attorney General Andy Beshear can sue the governor over the pension bill that was signed into law earlier this month.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has filed a fifth lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company for deceptive marketing of opioid-based painkillers.

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Gov. Matt Bevin’s office filed a motion Tuesday in Franklin Circuit Court to disqualify Attorney General Andy Beshear’s office from a lawsuit against the state’s recently enacted pension reform law.

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Kentucky's Democratic Attorney General has released his 2017 tax returns and asked all of the state's constitutional officers to do the same.

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is joining 15 other attorneys general in seeking to intervene in a lawsuit aimed at declaring the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.

AG: Release Names Of Employees Exonerated of Sexual Harassment

Mar 26, 2018
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Public agencies must reveal the names of employees accused of sexual harassment even if the allegation was not substantiated, the state attorney general’s office ruled in an open records decision issued last week.

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The Federal Trade Commission says Kentuckians lost more than $6 million last year to scammers and identity thieves.

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