Ky., W.Va. AGs visit Ashland

Ky., W.Va. AGs visit Ashland

From left, moderator Tim Gibbs, President and CEO of Ashland Alliance, listens as Daniel Cameron, Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, answers a question during Thursday’s Community Forum at the Train Depot in Ashland. Patrick Morrisey, Attorney General for the State of West Virginia, awaits his turn to answer. MATT JONES | THE DAILY INDEPENDENT From left, Tim Gibbs, President and CEO of Ashland Alliance, introduces Daniel Cameron, Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and Patrick Morrisey, Attorney General for the State of West Virginia, at the start of Thursday’s Community Forum at the Train Depot in Ashland. MATT JONES | THE DAILY INDEPENDENT ASHLAND The Attorney Generals of Kentucky and West Virginia came to Ashland Thursday afternoon to chew the fat about the rule of law, guns, God and opioids. The appearance at the Train Depot was part of a two-leg tour by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the first Black man to hold statewide office, and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who’s held that seat in the Mountain State since 2013. Hosted by Ashland Alliance, Tim Gibbs — the chamber’s president — played moderator, lobbing up the questions from a list of vetted topics to the two men who pretty much agreed on everything. Here’s what the top cops in the Bluegrass and the Mountain State had to say: Rule of Law Cameron: “The Rule of Law means applying the statutes and constitution to everyone equally, without fear or favor. No one is above […]

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