Indictment of Louisville Physician

Attorney General Jack Conway has announced the federal indictment of a Louisville physician charged with multiple counts of unlawful distribution of controlled substances, healthcare fraud and money laundering.

Attorney General Conway Appeals Approval of Kentucky Power's Acquisition of West Virginia Coal Plant to Replace Kentucky's Big Sandy Facility

Attorney General Conway has announced that he has appealed the October 7, 2013 decision of the Kentucky Public Service Commission allowing Kentucky Power Company to purchase a 50 percent interest in a West Virginia coal plant instead of retrofitting the Big Sandy facility in Louisa, Kentucky. The appeal to the Franklin Circuit Court seeks to vacate and set aside the Commission's findings on multiple legal grounds.

Money Tips for Students, December 2013

Tax tips for students - Income tax season is approaching, and students may want to consider these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) to help the process go more smoothly.

KSP Trooper Honored by Ky. Women’s Law Enforcement Network (KWLEN)

FRANKFORT, Ky.) –Kentucky State Police Sgt. Jackie Pickrell was honored with the Kentucky Women’s Law Enforcement Network (KWLEN) 2013 Member of the Year award during the group’s annual training conference held November 20-22, 2013.

Pictured from L. to R.: KWLEN President Jennifer Colemire, KSP Sgt. Jackie Pickrell, and Warren County District Attorney Amy Milliken.

Attorney General Conway Takes Action against Deceptive Health Insurance Websites

Acting to protect Kentucky consumers attempting to obtain health insurance under the new Affordable Care Act, Attorney General Jack Conway required a company operating a website deceptively similar to the Kentucky health insurance exchange to take down its site. This is the third website against which the Attorney General's Office of Consumer Protection has taken action, causing those websites to be taken down, corrected or blocked.


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