MEDIA ADVISORY: Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to Highlight Accomplishments of First 100 Days
CHARLESTON – A few days after winning election in November, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey unveiled an aggressive list of 17 goals he wanted to complete in his first 100 days in office.
The list covered a wide range of topics, from implementing new office policies and addressing federal overreach to fighting prescription drug abuse and defending Second Amendment rights.
Attorney General Morrisey will discuss the progress he made on those 17 points by his 100th day in office (April 23) during a news conference at 11 a.m. April 24 in the law library of the Office of the Attorney General in the capitol.
“Promises that were made in November have been kept,” Morrisey said. “When I was elected, I wanted to change the culture of the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office, and the 17 goals I set up were designed to do that. I am incredibly proud of the hard work this Office has done in those first 100 days, and we will continue to aggressively pursue these goals throughout the rest of my term. ”
Who: West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey
What: News conference to outline action taken on 17-point plan during his first 100 days
When: 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Where: Law library of the Office of the West Virginia Attorney General
If you have any questions or need information, please feel free to contact Beth Ryan, communications director, at 304-558-2021 ext. 2112 or 304-590-5026.