Kentucky Attorney General

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A bill that would take away some powers from the attorney general and give them to the governor likely will not pass this session. 

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  Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear brought his campus sexual assault awareness effort to Murray State Monday. Beshear recently launched a video contest called ‘Voice of Justice.’

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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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The Kentucky attorney general's office says state police violated the state's open-records law by refusing to turn over a copy of bodycam video from the fatal shooting of a suspect by municipal police.

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As Veterans Day approaches, Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is warning Kentuckians to be cautious of scams targeting service members. Nearly 330,000 veterans in Kentucky could be at risk.

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Advocates of survivors of sexual assault are hailing passage of the SAFE Act during the current Kentucky legislative session. The Sexual Assault Forensic Exam measure addresses a backlog of more than 3,000 untested rape kits and calls for more training and data collection.

Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet

Attorney General Andy Beshear has hired another veteran of his father's administration to replace Tim Longmeyer, the former deputy attorney general who resigned and is now facing federal bribery charges.

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Kentucky State Senator Whitney Westerfield,a Republican from Hopkinsville, might put his name in the currently unopposed race for Kentucky Attorney General. Westerfield said he doesn’t want current candidate Democrat Andy Beshear to be Kentucky’s only option.

State Lawmakers Rally to Raise Minimum Wage

Aug 4, 2014
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Louisville Congressman John Yarmuth and a handful of Democratic state lawmakers rallied today in support of raising the minimum wage in Kentucky from $7.25 an hour to $10.10.

Waide Attorney: Indictment Is 'Politically Motivated'

Jul 30, 2014
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An attorney for Kentucky state Rep. Ben Waide says the indictment against his client is “politically motivated.”

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