Privacy v. Contact Tracing Apps | Fracking Pollution Criminal Charges | Loans at 251% Interest


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A Tad Usurious: Online Lender Allegedly Charges Up to 251% in Interest

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2020 AG Election Updates | Price Fixing on Canned Tuna | Google Sued for Tracking Users


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Energy Company Agrees to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle Allegations Its Power Plant Polluted the Potomac River

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Price Gouging Lawsuits | Antitrust Settlement in Cancer Care Market | Alleged Misuse of Tax Credits by Nonprofit


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Attorneys General Address Pandemic-Related Price Gouging

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COVID-19-Related Fraud | Stay-at-Home Orders Enforced| AGs Support Suits Where Injuries Occurred


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Attorneys General and Federal Agencies Battle a Flood of COVID-19-Related Fraud, Fake Medicines, and Price Gouging

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District of Columbia Attorney General Hits Two Employers for $500,000 over Alleged Wage Theft


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District of Columbia Attorney General Hits Two Employers for $500,000 over Alleged Wage Theft

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New York AG Takes Up Whistleblower’s Allegation that All May Not Be Picture-Perfect with B&H Foto & Electronics


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Who’s Getting the Tips? D.C. Attorney General Alleges Food Delivery Service Kept Tips to Help Its Bottom Line

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The State AG Report Weekly Update October 24, 2019


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42 Attorneys General Reach Settlement with Medical Device Company Over Allegedly Deceptive Advertising of Transvaginal Mesh Devices

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The State AG Report Weekly Update September 26, 2019


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Bipartisan Coalition of 21 Attorneys General Pen Letter to Congress in Support of Cannabis Banking Bill

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