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CHARLESTON – In helping settle a class action lawsuit brought on by seniors and disabled citizens against the state’s Department of Health and Human Resources, state Attorney General Darrell McGraw claimed to be protecting one of the most vulnerable sections of society. One group, however, says it was just an act. Read More
CHARLESTON – State Attorney General Darrell McGraw announced his office has recently reached settlements with three companies. McGraw agreed to terms with Help Ministries, Inc., a credit counseling agency; MPIS, Inc., a private investigating company; and Main Security Center, a … Read More
CHARLESTON – A recent state Attorney General’s office bid for advertising services is drawing criticism from some state public relations and advertising executives. The July 31 Request for Quotation (RFQ) from Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office is written, the critics … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court recently decided not to hear a list of certified questions answered by Kanawha Circuit Court Judge James Stucky in the case of a member of the House of Delegates who was fired from his … Read More
CHARLESTON – Other than appointment letters, Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has no other documentation about the use of special assistant attorneys general.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney says campaign contributions aren’t the reason he has been appointed as a special assistant by Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office three times in the last two years.