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Deceptive Mailers Allegedly Used to Lure Customers into Overpriced Magazine Subscriptions

Colorado AG Phil Weiser and Wyoming AG Bridget Hill reached a settlement with marketing companies Atlantic Publishers Group, LLC and Publishers Partnership Services, LLC, and related individuals and entities (collectively “Defendants”) to resolve allegations that Defendants used deceptive practices to sell overpriced magazine subscriptions. The Colorado complaint alleged that Defendants targeted consumers with deceptive mailers…

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The State AG Report Weekly Update November 29, 2018

Breaking News Wyoming Governor-Elect Announces Appointment of Attorney General Bridget Hill has been appointed to serve as the Wyoming AG by Governor-elect Mark Gordon (R). Since 2013, Hill has served as Director of the Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments, and previously worked in the Wyoming AG’s Office. Hill succeeds AG Peter Michael, who…

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BREAKING NEWS: Wyoming Governor-Elect Names AG, Chief of Staff

(U.S. News & World Report) - Bridget Hill will be attorney general, replacing Attorney General Peter Michael. Hill has directed the Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments since 2013. Before that, Hill was the attorney for several different state agencies. Read more here.

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Bill to Elect Wyoming Attorney General Defeated

(KGAB.com) - A bill that would have changed the position of Wyoming Attorney General from an appointed position to an elected one has failed to win introduction in the Wyoming Senate. Senate File 76 would have made the position of Attorney General the sixth statewide elected office in Wyoming, joining Governor, Secretary of State, State Superintendent, Auditor, and Treasurer. Read more here.

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Bill to make changes to Wyoming Attorney General's position

(KGWN) - On Thursday February 8, 11 new bills were submitted to the Legislature. One bill was submitted by Laramie/Goshen County Representative Anthony Bouchard. The measure states beginning at the general election of this year, the Attorney General (AG) must be elected in a statewide election for a term of only 4 years. Read more here.

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