Attorney General Andy Beshear

Ky. AG Beshear Sues Opioid Distributor

Feb 19, 2018
Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky's attorney general filed a lawsuit Monday against another pharmaceutical distributor linked to a pipeline inundating the state with dangerously addictive opioid painkillers.  Cardinal Health was accused by Attorney General Andy Beshear of distributing millions of prescription opioid doses into a state struggling with drug overdose deaths.

Josh James / WUKY

A bill capping the amount of money the attorney general’s office can pay outside attorneys hired to help fight major cases against well-funded corporations passed the Kentucky House Thursday.

Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky could soon be joining a multi-state lawsuit challenging the Federal Communications Commission’s roll back of net neutrality provisions.

Judge Rules For, Against Kentucky Political Rivals

Nov 15, 2017
AP

A Kentucky judge says the state's Republican governor can reorganize some government boards when the legislature is not in session, but he can't write new laws.

Supreme Court Rules U Of L Board Issue Is Moot

Sep 28, 2017
LRC Public Information

The Kentucky Supreme Court has declined to rule on whether it was legal for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to abolish and replace the University of Louisville's board of trustees.

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear says the state must take action to protect consumers from data breaches like the ones that struck credit reporting agency Equifax – and he’s crafting a bill.

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is once again challenging the legality of cuts handed down by the state’s Republican governor.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has announced a program to make it easier for people to dispose of their leftover prescription painkillers.

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Republican state Sen. Whitney Westerfield plans to make another run for the state’s top law enforcement job.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general warned the state's highest court on Friday that the accreditation of the state's public colleges and universities would be at risk if they don't take his side against the Republican governor.

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