The inside story about a state commission that wants to spend $42 million on a controversial psychedelic drug to treat opioid addiction—and the complicated reasons why.
Lawyers in Daniel Cameron’s Attorney General’s Office keep quitting, alleging a politically toxic work culture that is pushing career attorneys out the door.
Employees in Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office allege a “hostile,” “cruel,” and “demeaning” workplace—and Cameron doesn’t seem to be doing much about it.
The company at the center of GOP governor nominee Daniel Cameron’s campaign finance scandal also raised thousands for Gov. Andy Beshear, his opponent in the November election.
He’s overseeing a federal probe into Kentucky. He’s also given money to the Republicans involved with that investigation.
It turns out Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron personally solicited donations from a company his office was probing. And he didn’t cancel a fundraiser, it was "just never finalized."
And he only recused himself when his office received a public records request about the investigation.