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  Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear says he plans to sue President Donald Trump over his plan to repeal subsidies that help people afford health insurance under Obamacare.

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  Kentucky has received a $3 million federal grant that will fund a new unit in the attorney general’s office to investigate sexual assault cold cases.

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Kentucky's attorney general says the economic development cabinet wrongfully denied a newspaper's request for the names of investors in a company that received millions in public funding for a new aluminum plant.

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The Supreme Court of Kentucky has ruled in favor of Gov. Matt Bevin in a legal challenge over whether he had the authority to overhaul the University of Louisville’s board of trustees last year.

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  Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking the General Assembly to consider legislation that would provide better protections to Kentuckians affected by a data breach.  The proposed changes to state law follow a major hacking at Equifax.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general says he will not comply with the Republican governor's request for a plan to cut spending by more than 17%. 

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Kentucky's attorney general has hired four law firms to investigate and potentially sue the makers, distributors and retailers of opioids. Governor Matt Bevin's administration says the contract is premature. 

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is joining attorneys general from 34 other states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia urging health insurers to review policies in the fight against opioids.

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Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says the state should consider amending its constitution to allow the governor to appoint the attorney general.

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Attorney General Andy Beshear said there are “significant legal problems” with Gov. Matt Bevin’s recent request for most state agencies to cut their budgets by more than 17 percent.

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