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CVS Settles with Alaska AG for $10 Million over Opioid Allegations

Alaska AG Treg Taylor has reached a settlement with CVS Pharmacy, Inc. to resolve allegations that the company violated Alaska’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act by allegedly dispensing opioid-containing prescription drugs without first making sufficient inquiries into the legitimacy of a prescription.

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Minnesota AG Puts Spotlight on Medical Billing Practices

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison announced his office will take proactive measures to renew its focus on medical-billing practices in Minnesota, including holding public listening sessions and collecting online submissions regarding consumers’ experiences with medical billing. In a related enforcement action, AG Ellison announced that his office is investigating the billing practices of Allina Health, which…

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Recent AG Moves: New AG Takes Office in Alaska; New Leader Elected by RAGA

The Alaska legislature confirmed Mike Dunleavy’s nominee for Alaska AG, Treg Taylor, by a vote of 35-24. AG Taylor previously served as Deputy AG in charge of the civil division at the Alaska Department of Law, and has worked as in-house counsel to various Alaska businesses and as a commercial litigator at an Anchorage law…

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Governor Dunleavy Names Treg Taylor Attorney General

Governor Mike Dunleavy announced he has appointed Treg Taylor as Attorney General for the Alaska Department of Law and will submit his name for confirmation to the Alaska Legislature this session. Ed Sniffen has removed himself for consideration as Attorney General and will be leaving state service. Read More…

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