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Iowa AG Investigates Allegedly Fraudulent Solar Companies

Following a dramatic uptick in consumer complaints, the office of Iowa AG Tom Miller has launched an investigation into allegations of fraudulent sales and installation practices of approximately 15 solar companies, many of which are from outside the state. From 2019 to 2021, 15 complaints were received by the AG’s Consumer Protection Division. In 2022,…

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Longest-Serving North Dakota Attorney General Announces Retirement

North Dakota AG Wayne Stenehjem (R) announced that he will not run for reelection in 2022. AG Stenehjem was first elected in 2000 and won his most recent reelection in 2018 with over 67% of the vote.  Republican Drew Wrigley, former U.S. Attorney for North Dakota and former Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota, announced that he will…

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‘Tis the Season for AG Association Elections and Awards

Iowa AG Tom Miller was elected president of the National Association of Attorneys General, replacing outgoing NAAG president District of Columbia AG Karl Racine. AG Miller selected “Consumer Protection 2.0: Tech Threats and Tools” as his presidential initiative. Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III was the recipient of the annual Kelley-Wyman Award, NAAG’s highest…

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Two Democrats Officially Join 2022 Attorney General Races

Former police officer and prosecutor Chris Mann is seeking the Democratic nomination in the 2022 race for Kansas AG. As previously reported, state Senator Kellie Warren, former Secretary of State Kris Kobach, and former federal prosecutor Tony Mattivi are vying for the Republican nomination. Incumbent Republican AG Derek Schmidt is not seeking reelection and is running for governor instead.

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A Miracle Cure? Not This Stem Cell Therapy

Iowa AG Tom Miller and Nebraska AG Doug Peterson sued stem cell therapy providers Stem Cell Centers, LLC, Regenerative Medicine and Anti-Aging Institutes of Omaha, LLC, and Stem Cells, LLC, and related individuals (collectively “Stem Cells Centers”) for allegedly using false and misleading statements to market stem cell therapy in violation of Iowa’s Consumer Fraud Act and Older Iowans Law and Nebraska’s Consumer Protection Act and Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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