By Toni Milbourne, The Journal
SPRING MILLS, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey spent Monday morning sharing words of wisdom with Advanced Placement government students at Spring Mills High School.
According to the class teacher, Corey Mease, the students participated in an activity prior to Morrisey’s arrival to develop questions pertaining to the role of the attorney general. Prior to taking the students’ questions, Morrisey gave a brief overview of his job as chief legal counsel for the State of West Virginia.
“As the title says, attorney general, I am basically the general attorney for the state,” Morrisey said, adding that he works to enforce the laws, the West Virginia Constitution and the U.S. Constitution.
When explaining why he chose to run for attorney general, Morrisey explained that he has a list of “Ps for success” that he chose to follow when embarking on a run for public service. He encouraged the students to follow the list as they prepare to plan for their own future…