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Justice Dept: Nearly $6B recovered for consumers

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department's consumer protection initiatives have recovered more than $5.89 billion since 2009 and have led to more than 140 criminal convictions and prison sentences of more than 327 years. The department's civil division released the figures Friday at a meeting of more than two dozen state and federal agencies focused on combatting fraud against consumers. The...

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