W.Va. AG hosts consumer protection town hall meeting


West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, pictured standing, held a Consumer Protection Town Hall Meeting at the Mason County Library on Wednesday, allowing residents to speak to him directly about issues affecting individuals and the state. Morrisey opened the meeting by discussing topics which have had a high priority during his administration, including substance abuse prevention partnerships, a fraud unit for consumers, litigation on behalf of consumers and litigation dealing with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s policies affecting coal production in West Virginia, and litigation over President Obama’s Power Plan. This was the 67th town hall-style meeting Morrisey has held across the state.


West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, pictured standing, held a Consumer Protection Town Hall Meeting at the Mason County Library on Wednesday, allowing residents to speak to him directly about issues affecting individuals and the state. Morrisey opened the meeting by discussing topics which have had a high priority during his administration, including substance abuse prevention partnerships, a fraud unit for consumers, litigation on behalf of consumers and litigation dealing with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s policies affecting coal production in West Virginia, and litigation over President Obama’s Power Plan. This was the 67th town hall-style meeting Morrisey has held across the state.

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, pictured standing, held a Consumer Protection Town Hall Meeting at the Mason County Library on Wednesday, allowing residents to speak to him directly about issues affecting individuals and the state. Morrisey opened the meeting by discussing topics which have had a high priority during his administration, including substance abuse prevention partnerships, a fraud unit for consumers, litigation on behalf of consumers and litigation dealing with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s policies affecting coal production in West Virginia, and litigation over President Obama’s Power Plan. This was the 67th town hall-style meeting Morrisey has held across the state.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_1.29-PPR-WV-AG.jpgWest Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, pictured standing, held a Consumer Protection Town Hall Meeting at the Mason County Library on Wednesday, allowing residents to speak to him directly about issues affecting individuals and the state. Morrisey opened the meeting by discussing topics which have had a high priority during his administration, including substance abuse prevention partnerships, a fraud unit for consumers, litigation on behalf of consumers and litigation dealing with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s policies affecting coal production in West Virginia, and litigation over President Obama’s Power Plan. This was the 67th town hall-style meeting Morrisey has held across the state.
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