AG Opinion: Arena Authority Violated Open Records Act

The Kentucky Attorney General’s office says the Louisville Arena Authority is in partial violation of the state’s Open Records Act. While the attorney general’s office says the Arena Authority properly denied personal information like social security numbers and dates of birth, it improperly denied information like employees’ names, home zip codes, gender, race and pay rates.

AG's Office Gets Voter Fraud Complaints

from Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The Kentucky attorney general’s voter fraud hotline is receiving a steady stream of complaints on this primary Election Day. Clay County, which has had voter fraud problems in the past, is again drawing complaints. Shelley Johnson with the attorney’s general office says the voter fraud hotline has already received… Continue reading AG's Office Gets Voter Fraud Complaints

A-G Finds Louisville Agency in Violation of Open Records Laws

from Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The Kentucky Consumer Advocate Network in Louisville recently violated state Open Records laws. At least that’s the opinion of the state attorney general’s office. In February, Rita Brooks requested specific contracts, salaries, minutes and budgetary information from the Kentucky Consumer Advocate Network, or KYCAN, of Louisville. An attorney for… Continue reading A-G Finds Louisville Agency in Violation of Open Records Laws