Kentucky Attorney General Conway: Private cell phones legal for public use

On his last day in office, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway issued a ruling that said public officials can use their private cell phones to conduct public business, such as sending text messages.

The Dec. 30 ruling involved a dispute among former Louisville Water Co. executives while they were still running the city-owned water company and upholds the company's denial to its former top attorney, Barbara Dickens, who left the agency in May.  Continue…