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In Idaho, former U.S. Congressman Raul Labrador defeated incumbent AG Lawrence Wasden in the Republican primary election for the post. Wasden, who has served five terms, is the state’s longest-serving AG. Among Labrador’s key campaign themes is his promise to aggressively act against federal government “overreach.” In Minnesota, Doug Wardlow, who was the Republican Party’s…

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Minnesota AG Ellison Sues Solar Panel Company for Deceptive Sales Tactics

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison has filed a lawsuit against four Utah-based solar panel sales companies, Brio Energy LLC, Bello Solar Energy, Avolta Power, Inc., and Sunny Solar Utah LLC, along with their executives and several lenders who partnered with the companies (“Defendants”), alleging deceptive and fraudulent sales practices in violation of Minnesota consumer fraud statutes.…

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New York AG Files Antitrust Suit to Block Healthcare Acquisition

On February 24, 2022, New York AG Letitia James and Minnesota AG Keith Ellison, along with the U.S. DOJ, filed an antitrust lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia to block the proposed acquisition of Change Healthcare by UnitedHealth Group. UHG operates one of the largest health insurance companies in…

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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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