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Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway last week announced that former Kentucky State Representative Forrest Waide pleaded guilty for violations of Kentucky campaign finance laws.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway issued a plea to nine oil companies on Tuesday
Kentucky Power Co. must reimburse consumers $13.2 million after the state's Public Service Commission (PSC) sided with Attorney General Jack Conway and ruled on Thursday that the utility company charged unreasonable rates for fuel.
Kentucky will receive a portion of a $22 million settlement with DaVita Healthcare Partners after the company allegedly committed Medicaid fraud in several states, Attorney General Jack Conway announced on Tuesday.
Kentucky is part of a $31 million settlement agreement reached with drug manufacturer Organon that stems from accusations of Medicaid fraud, Attorney General Jack Conway announced on Wednesday.
The commonwealth of Kentucky joined seven states and the federal government in a $28 million settlement with Extendicare Health Service Inc. and its subsidiary Progressive Step Corporation (ProStep), Attorney General Jack Conway announced on Friday.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced Wednesday a $56.5 million settlement with Shire Pharmaceuticals after allegations that the company marketed off- label uses of Adderall XR, Vyvanse, Daytrona, Lialda and Pentasa.
A Jefferson County grand jury on Thurs., Sept. 11, returned an indictment on contractor Kevin Carter on one count of theft by deception over $10,000 — a class C felony — for failing to perform home repair services for a Louisville resident.
Kentucky will receive $348,975.84 as part of a multistate and federal government lawsuit against Omnicare Inc.
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