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  • Ill. city pays $25K fine in settlement with AG’s office

    Madigan SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (Legal Newsline) – The City of Elmhurst, Ill., will pay a $25,000 fine, complete infrastructure improvement projects and conduct a focused study on sanitary system inflow to address system overflows as part of a consent order signed by Illinois Attorney General...

  • Michigan attorney general sues over propane costs

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan attorney general announced Monday he has filed a lawsuit against a propane seller alleging price-gouging last winter, and also noted the state has reached a more than $100,000 agreement with another propane company following hundreds of consumer complaints...

  • N.Y. AG’s lawsuit alleges Actavis forced Alzheimer’s patients to switch medications

    Schneiderman ALBANY, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed an antitrust lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturer Actavis P.L.C. and its New York-based subsidiary Forest Laboratories on Monday, alleging that they are forcing Alzheimer’s...

  • Va. AG sues 13 banks, seeks more than $1 billion

    Herring RICHMOND, Va. (Legal Newsline) – Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring recently filed a lawsuit against 13 banks seeking $1.15 billion in damages alleging the banks fraudulently misled the Virginia Retirement System during a sale of residential mortgage-backed securities to...

  • If you know who Eric Holder is, you probably don't like him

    Holder's negative-to-positive gap was worse than those of Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, and even the never-popular Republican Party.

  • Michigan AG on committee for General Motors probe

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says he's among the state attorneys general on a committee overseeing an investigation into General Motors Co.'s recall and safety procedures. Schuette told The Detroit News ( ) Thursday he and 44 other state...

  • Eric Holder: A more dangerous race-card hustler than Al Sharpton

    The U.S. attorney general seems to equate "equal rights" with "equal results" when it has to do with racism.

  • R.I. AG says town violated public records access law

    Kilmartin PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Legal Newsline) – Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the town of Warren for allegedly violating the Rhode Island Access to Public Records Act (APRA). Joelle Sylvia Esq., an attorney with the law firm Kelly &...

  • EPA must disclose power plant rules data, say Republican attorneys general

    The Environmental Protection Agency hasn't made available key data used to craft its twin proposals to reduce carbon emissions from new and existing power plants, 13 Republican attorneys general said.

  • Fanning the flames of racial tension

    For over a week, we have been repeatedly told that a white police officer shot and killed an "unarmed black teenager" in Ferguson, Mo. â€" and now the highest law enforcement official in the nation is reinforcing this narrative. 

  • In Ferguson, the rise of Eric Holder

    As Holder arrived in Ferguson, Mo., Wednesday to address the police shooting of an unarmed teenager, it was clear that the attorney general had emerged as arguably President Obama's most-trusted confidant rather than the source of consternation that once frustrated so many White House officials.

  • Infographic: The changes in Obama's cabinet since 2009

    Graphic illustration by Chris Henderson/Examiner.

  • VIDEO: Attorney General Eric Holder is in Ferguson Wednesday

    Attorney General Eric Holder is in Ferguson, Mo., Wednesday to meet with federal investigators and community leaders after police shot and killed an unarmed black teenager nearly two weeks ago.

  • Zogby Report Card: Good moves in Iraq and Ferguson, Mo., buoy midterms

    Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama scored good points with his Iraq policy and efforts to quell violence in Ferguson, Mo., giving him something to brag on in November.

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