LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Governor Bevin's new house has caught the eye of the state's attorney general.
Andy Beshear says he's considering an investigation of Bevin's recent purchase of a mansion in Anchorage in Louisville's east end. The seller is a recent Bevin appointee.
Beshear says he's consulting with the Executive Branch Ethics Commission and did not know when, if at all, an investigation would begin.
It's the latest in a series of disputes pitting the governor against the attorney general and his father, former Governor Steve Beshear.