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Herring outlines priorities in Virginia's opioid epidemic

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Monday outlined priorities for Virginia’s continuing battle against the opioid epidemic.

Herring outlined the priorities — or next steps for the Commonwealth — Monday in Virginia Beach. 294 more words


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Attorney general warns of possible scams in wake of Harvey

VIRGINIA (WAVY) — Attorney General Mark Herring is warning Virginians of possible scams in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

In a video released by the attorney general’s office Wednesday, Herring said that fake charities often pop up following natural disasters. 222 more words


Attorney General argues state law allows some Confederate monuments to be removed

RICHMOND, Va. – Since the events in Charlottesville, there’s been much debate over the issue of whether to keep or remove Confederate monuments. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring… 452 more words


AG Herring warns Va. consumers of online purebred puppy scam

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Attorney General Mark R. Herring is warning Virginia consumers about an active fraud involving purebred puppies.

When looking for a purebred puppy to add to their family, many consumers start their search on the internet, and that is exactly what scammers are relying on. 586 more words


Herring launches legal resource for service members, vets

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring was in Norfolk Friday to launch a new legal resource for military families and veterans.

He said service members are often targets for fraud because of their steady income and time away from home. 257 more words


State reaches settlement with Va. Beach open-end credit lender

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Nearly 600 consumers will get refunds and debt forgiveness, thanks to a settlement reached between the Office of Attorney General Mark Herring and locally based credit lender. 137 more words