Walkway named for Michigan's longest-serving attorney general

 The longest-serving attorney general in the nation, Frank J. Kelley, Michigan’s 50th attorney general, was honored at a ceremony Wednesday when the walkway from the state Capitol building to the Michigan Hall of Justice was officially named the “Frank J. Kelley Capitol Walkway.”

Gov. Rick Snyder attended the ribbon cutting along with other dignitaries, including Attorney General Bill Schuette and Sens. Gretchen Whitmer, D-Lansing, and Steve Bieda, D-Warren.
 
“Throughout his nearly 40 years of service to the people of Michigan, Frank Kelley was a tireless advocate for consumer and environmental protection,” said Snyder. “His work has had a lasting impact on our state and it’s an honor to join in recognizing his accomplishments.”

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