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Attorney General announces lawsuit against language education company

 

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today that the Bureau of Consumer Protection filed a lawsuit against an online education company, whose flagship product is an audio-based language-learning program that uses the “Pimsleur” method. 266 more words

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NY attorney general: Beware Jeter ticket scams

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York’s attorney general is warning baseball fans against possible scams for secondhand baseball tickets as famed Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter finishes his career. 110 more words

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Beyond the ‘politics of disorder’: how bureaucratic professionalism persists in Zimbabwe’s public services

One paper on Zimbabwe at the recent ASA-UK conference that I found really interesting was the examination of the micro-politics of the Attorney General’s Office by Susanne Verheul. 939 more words

Kane To Decide Whether To Make Public Alleged Pornographic Emails Sent Within AG's Office

By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — It’s up to Kathleen Kane now to decide whether to make public alleged pornographic emails sent within the attorney general’s office following a judge’s ruling on the matter. 186 more words

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Indiana AG targets Crete-area abortion doc

by Dennis Sullivan
editor@ewcnews.com
Sept. 19, 2014

The Indiana Attorney General’s office has filed an administrative licensing complaint against a Crete-area resident related to his work as an abortionist in South Bend, Ind. 608 more words

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Community Clo Talks With AG Herring About Re-Entry Position [AUDIO]

Virginia’s Attorney General Mark Herring announced this week that he is creating a new re-entry position for his office to better serve ex-offenders upon release from incarceration. 1,149 more words

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Community Clo Talks With AG Herring About Re-Entry Position [AUDIO]

Virginia’s Attorney General Mark Herring announced this week that he is creating a new re-entry position for his office to better serve ex-offenders upon release from incarceration. 1,149 more words

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