Andy Beshear

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear will speak at Murray State on Monday about combating sexual assault on college campuses. 

Ryland Barton, via Twitter

The President of the state Senate has filed a change to a bill that would strip power from the attorney general and give the governor exclusive authority to represent the state in many legal matters.

Andy Beshear, Official Photo

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear said his office is actively defending a new abortion rule recently signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin. The law requires doctors to show women seeking an abortion pictures of an ultrasound, and describe the images to the patient.

Ryland Barton, WFPL

study released this week by the University of Louisville finds that 40 percent of homeless youth in Louisville and southern Indiana have been victims of sex trafficking. 

via KY Attorney General's Youtube Page

  Kentucky's Attorney General says a settlement against mortgage company MERSCORP will bring $2.8 million to the state’s general fund. The state alleges the company violated Kentucky’s Consumer Protection Act by committing misleading or deceptive conduct. Attorney General Andy Beshear asked Legislators to use the funds specifically for affordable housing, legal aid foreclosure work, and to help the budgets of local county clerk’s offices.

Kentucky Office of the Attorney General

A controversial bill affecting the operation of the state attorney general's office won approval in the Kentucky House Friday and is expected to get a favorable reception as it moves to a vote in the Senate. 

Andy Beshear, Official Photo

Attorney General Andy Beshear says the state's Elder Abuse Tip Line is getting more tips now that calls are being answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Becca Schimmel, WKU Public Radio

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is announcing a video contest aimed at raising awareness of sexual assault on college campuses. He was at Western Kentucky University Wednesday to promote the effort.  

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear joined with five other egg-producing states today in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court’s decision upholding California’s “Shell Egg Laws.”

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Republican lawmakers in Kentucky want to limit how much money outside attorneys hired by the state can earn in complex cases, a move Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear says would have the state sending rookies to battle against the pros. 

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