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21-State Coalition Sues CDC over Public Transportation Mask Mandate

In a complaint filed March 29 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Florida, AGs from 21 states are seeking a declaration that the Centers for Disease Control’s COVID-19 mask mandate for public transportation is unlawful. Defendants include the CDC, HHS, TSA, Homeland Security, and officials of those agencies in their official…

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Washington AG Ferguson Sues Seattle-Based Stem Cell Clinic over False Marketing Claims

Washington AG Robert Ferguson has sued Seattle-based US Stemology, LLC and its owners (collectively, “Stemology”) for allegedly violating Washington’s Consumer Protection Act by deceptively marketing and providing stem cell treatments to patients for a host of serious medical conditions at its facility, the Seattle Stem Cell Center. According to the Complaint, 107 patients were charged…

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National Rental Company Sued over Allegations of Uninhabitable Conditions and False Promises of Timely Repairs

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison sued residential rental company HavenBrook Homes, LLC and related entities (collectively, “HavenBrook”) over allegations that HavenBrook used false and misleading statements in its marketing and kept its properties in uninhabitable condition in violation of Minnesota’s consumer protection and landlord-tenant laws. The complaint alleges, among other things, that HavenBrook systematically allowed its…

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