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Massachusetts Democrats Nominate Campbell for AG Race; AG Healey Runs for Governor

Andrea Campbell has defeated Shannon Liss-Riordan in the race for the Democratic nomination for Massachusetts AG. Campbell, the first Black woman in the state’s history to be nominated as a Democrat for statewide office, received 73,000 votes to Liss-Riordan’s 56,000. Campbell will run against Republican Jay McMahon in the fall general election for the state…

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AG Coalition Calls for Stronger Protections for Student Loan Borrowers

In a letter to Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and Department of Education (ED) Analyst Brian Schelling, a coalition of AGs from twenty states and the District of Columbia submitted comments on ED’s proposed rulemaking regarding improvements to the 90/10 rule, which limits the percentage of revenue for-profit educational institutions can receive from federal student aid to 90%.

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FTC and Six State AGs Sue Room and Roomate-Finder Site Roomster for Misleading Reviews, Listings

The FTC and the AGs of six states have sued the online room and roommate finder platform Roomster, as well as corporate officers John Shriber and Roman Zaks (collectively “Roomster”), and also named Jonathan Martinez as a co-defendant, over allegations that Roomster violated §5(A) of the FTC Act and state statutes by hosting thousands of…

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State AG Pulse | In Massachusetts, What Will Sway The Voters?

With little air between them, and similar left-of-center positions and platforms, the three Democratic candidates vying for the Massachusetts AG’s office need to find other ways to differentiate themselves in the minds of voters. Bernie, Mira and Milton, who previously worked in the MA AG’s office, offer their theories on what will make the difference…

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