Greensburg native named Pennsylvania acting attorney general

With Josh Shapiro taking over as governor, a chief law enforcement officer was needed in the state, and a western Pennsylvania native was tapped to fill the role.

Greensburg native Michelle A. Henry has been named acting attorney general.

A prosecutor for 26 years, Henry started as an intern in the Westmoreland County District Attorney’s Office.

She is a graduate of Greensburg-Salem public schools, Allegheny College and the Widener University School of Law and worked for the Westmoreland County Legal Aid Office, according to the state department’s website.

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Henry has worked for over 20 years for the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office and was first deputy attorney general under former Attorney General Shapiro.

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