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Daniel Cameron: Consumer Protection part of frontline effort to address public safety challenges

When I was elected Attorney General, I committed to putting every resource I have behind our core mission to protect Kentuckians and defend the Commonwealth. In my estimation, there is no greater purpose or requirement of government than the protection of its citizens. As your Attorney General, it is my responsibility to further public safety in every corner of the Commonwealth by defending the laws...

Randy Steele: Legislation permits use of eye care technology and protects Kentucky consumers

Vision is critical. From safety to education to employment to daily needs, we depend on our eyes to function.    Doctors of optometry are the primary eye care providers in Kentucky, and we take that responsibility seriously. We support House Bill 191, because it permits the use of new eye care technology by Kentucky consumers, but protects them as well. Currently, Kentucky has no standards that address...

Bevin orders state’s prohibitions against price gouging activated to prevent consumer fraud

Gov. Matt Bevin has activated the state’s prohibitions on price gouging to protect consumers during the winter storm that has affected most of the Commonwealth. The price gouging emergency order is effective as of 7 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016. Gov. Matt Bevin issued an order prohibiting price gouging Saturday “In coordination with state authorities, I have put in effect prohibitions on price...