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Right-to-Repair Legislation Wins Bipartisan AG Support

A bipartisan coalition of 27 AGs wrote a letter to Congressional leaders urging them to protect farmers and other consumers by passing Right-to-Repair legislation targeting automobiles, agricultural equipment, and digital electronic equipment. The letter explains that original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) often control access to the electronic parts needed to repair these types of consumer goods,…

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AG Rokita Settles with Vehicle Loan Originators for over $250,000

Indiana AG Todd Rokita settled with Integrity Acceptance Corp. and related entities (collectively, “Integrity Acceptance”) to resolve allegations that the companies violated the Indiana Uniform Consumer Credit Code and Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act by originating deceptive and unlicensed personal loans to consumers purchasing vehicles. According to AG Rokita, Integrity Acceptance allegedly failed to obtain…

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Centene to Pay Indiana $66.5 Million in Latest Medicaid Overbilling Settlement

Indiana AG Todd Rokita reached a settlement with pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) Centene Corporation and its subsidiaries (collectively, “Centene”) in connection with alleged overcharges by Centene to Indiana’s Medicaid program for pharmaceutical costs. According to the AG’s office, Centene allegedly inflated dispensing fees while serving as a PBM and failed to disclose true pharmacy benefits…

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Indiana and D.C. AGs Settle with Google over Alleged Deceptive Location Tracking Practices

Indiana AG Todd Rokita and District of Columbia AG Karl A. Racine announced settlements with Google LLC over allegations that it utilized “dark patterns” and other deceptive practices to track consumers’ location data even when the consumers believed that they had successfully turned off Google’s tracking in their privacy settings. Under the terms of the…

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Multistate AG Coalition Asks SCOTUS to Protect State Authority to Regulate Blocked Railroad Crossings

A group of 19 AGs filed an amicus brief in support of Ohio’s petition for writ of certiorari in Ohio v. CSX Transportation, Inc. The case is before the U.S. Supreme Court on appeal from an Ohio Supreme Court decision holding that an Ohio law limiting how long a train could block a railroad crossing was preempted by federal railway laws.

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