Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron mentioned a variety of points affecting his workplace in a latest interview with The Paducah Sun.
The Kentucky Supreme Court on November 15 heard arguments relating to the validity of state anti-abortion legal guidelines within the state structure. The solely authorized exception to abortion is to guard the lifetime of the mom.
“There are many sturdy emotions and opinions on this topic and I perceive that, however finally we have now an obligation and duty within the Attorney General’s Office to make sure that we defend the legal guidelines which are handed by the General Assembly.”
Cameron and the Attorney General’s office have been criticized in handling the death of Breonna Taylor for not allowing the grand jury to consider murder charges.
“I’m happy with the work our workplace has completed investigating the occasions surrounding the early morning of Ms. Taylor’s dying,” he said. “We had a bunch of profession investigators and prosecutors engaged on the case and I’m happy with their work.
Cameron recently spent the day in western Kentucky, visiting the Kentucky Veteran and Patriot Museum in Wickliffe and the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce before attending an event that evening.
Cameron is a Republican Party candidate for the 2023 gubernatorial marketing campaign.