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Statement from Attorney General Cameron regarding the investigation into the death of Ms. Breonna Taylor:
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Our office partnered with the Tennessee Attorney General, Herbert Slatery, and his office to return medical supplies from a suspected interstate price gouging scheme. Today, we distributed those supplies to our law enforcement and first responders who are on the front lines in the fight against #COVID19.
With hard work and determination, I'm confident that the kids at New Highland Elementary School will do incredible things. I can’t wait to see how these students use their talents to make an impact.
I have been visiting the Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery in Elizabethtown since I was a child and enjoyed the chance to stop by again last week during Black History Month.
Enjoyed speaking to a great group of bright, talented students at New Highland Elementary School in Hardin County today!
It was an honor today to present a photo from my swearing-in ceremony to the Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery in my hometown of Elizabethtown.
If you are in the area, make sure to check out this incredible collection of images and memorabilia.
The Annual Championship Tractor Pull at Kentucky Venues is a can’t-miss event. Enjoyed assisting with the trophy presentations last night.
We had a great week connecting with our Prosecutors Advisory Council and our Commonwealth’s and County Attorneys at their winter meetings. Their work is essential to building a strong and unified Commonwealth.
As I reflect on Black History Month, I’m grateful for those who came before me and demonstrated grit, determination, and perseverance in the face of adversity. Their sacrifices left a tremendous impact both on my life and our country.