Patrick Morrisey talks to Clay-Battelle students about their future

As a part of homecoming week at Clay-Battelle Middle/High School, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey stopped by to speak with students.

Morrisey said that he aimed to help inspire the kids in attendance during his speech and also inform them about certain things happening in the state’s government.

“I think it’s part of the role of the attorney general and people in public office to talk to kids and inspire them to achieve,” Morrisey said. He also tried to motivate the students by speaking about some of the different pathways for education and the job force in the state.

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