Morrisey: Mobile Office Hours Part of Government Accessibility

CLARKSBURG W.Va. — The Attorney General’s Office will continue its use of mobile office hours to reach out beyond the State Capitol.

“I’m a big believer that the world doesn’t start and stop at the State Capitol,” said Morrisey. “You actually have to get out to all 55 counties.”

Morrisey said that by maintaining the Mobile Office hours, it’s now easier to act as a strong consumer protection division.

“We want our Office to be transparent,” he said. “We want to be able to answer questions that people have and direct them to the right places within state government.”

Morrisey said that the AGO’s office should work for everyday people, which is why he’s placed such a large emphasis on warning citizens of impending scams.

“When you look at the combination of the mobile office hours, the town halls, the fact that you can go on our website and file an electronic complaint, this is a much stronger consumer protection division than I think people in the state have seen in the past,” said Morrisey. “Cause we get out, and we work.”

Morrisey said he would like to see people have an easier time dealing with State Government, and that the Attorney General’s Office is trying to do it’s part to make those dealings easier.

“Government can be very frustrating to deal with,” Morrisey said. “We’re trying to make it a little bit easier for the public, and that’s the right thing because we work for you.”

You can see the AG’s mobile office hours by clicking here.