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Attorney General’s lawsuit orders debt collectors to compensate Washington consumers

Tuesday morning the Office of Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced debt collectors Machol & Johannes, LLC must return about $475,000 to Washington consumers. A consent...Read More

Judge orders halt to driver’s license suspensions for unpaid tickets

An estimated 100,000 Washington residents will have their driver’s licenses reinstated and people will no longer be penalized for driving while poor as a result...Read More

AG Ferguson charges three officers in the killing of Manuel Ellis

Today the Washington Attorney General filed felony charges against three Tacoma Police Department officers involved in the homicide of Manuel Ellis. The Attorney General charged Christopher...Read More

Biden announces judicial nominees for Washington State

The Biden Administration announced this week the nominations of Tana Lin and David Estudillo to District Court judgeships in Washington. The nominations reflect the Biden...Read More

Advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement weigh in on bill that would address Blake decision

Two questions shaped the format of Sen. Manka Dhingra’s (D – Redmond) bill addressing the State v. Blake decision: does the state need to respond, and what...Read More

AG Ferguson will direct $13.5 million from Mckinsey lawsuit toward treatment, prevention, other efforts to address opioid epidemic in Washington State

As a result of an investigation launched by Attorney General Bob Ferguson, McKinsey, a multinational consulting firm that worked with Purdue Pharma, will pay $13,465,833...Read More

Twitter to pay $100,000 to Washington State for multiple campaign finance violations

Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that Twitter will pay $100,000 to Washington’s Public Disclosure Transparency Account for violating the state’s campaign finance disclosure law, which Washingtonians...Read More

Washington DFI Among 30 States Joining CFTC In Charging Metals Dealer With $185 Million Scheme Targeting Seniors

The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions Division of Securities and Washington Attorney General’s Office announced today participation in a consolidated nationwide enforcement action to halt...Read More

Stevens County commissioners could be ejected from office after judge ruled they misspent $130k from a public fund

The Spokesman-Review reported last week that all three Stevens County commissioners could be legally ejected from office after a judge ruled that they misspent $130,000...Read More

Ferguson: “For months, my legal team has been preparing for the possibility that the president might attempt to unlawfully delay the election.”

In a statement earlier today, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson reiterated his concern that President Trump may try to delay the November election and...Read More