In an effort to do our part to help all Minnesotans stay healthy, we are asking everyone who has questions or would like to submit a complaint to contact our office by phone or internet only. Thank you for your understanding. Click here for more information
Attorney General Ellison brings enforcement action against rodeo that defied COVID-19 safety precautions
Attorney General Ellison wins relief for tenants without utilities during pandemic
AG Ellison calls for immediate withdrawal of directive that strips CDC of control over COVID-19 data
Attorney General Ellison Joins Lawsuit Against President Trump for Illegally Seeking to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Congressional Apportionment
Attorney General Ellison sues Trump Administration to block health care discrimination
A recent Executive Order forbids landlords from evicting tenants or asking them to leave during the pandemic. Tenants who are told they have to leave their home may report the landlord to the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office.
On July 2, 2020 The Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, Governor Tim Walz, and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan announced a commitment by more than 30 financial institutions to provide mortgage relief options to customers facing financial hardship caused by COVID-19 for homeowners not covered by the CARES Act.
Coronavirus stimulus payments are part of a $2 trillion relief package the federal government passed to help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Attorney General's Office has answered some frequently asked questions about these one-time payments.
The COVID-19 Complaint Form is used if you need help with a problem related to COVID-19 such as fraud, health-related scams (miracle cures, products, or treatments), government imposter and financial relief scams, cyber crime, financial crime, hate crime, or other civil or criminal law concerns. If you have concerns about price gouging or eviction-related concerns please use the dedicated forms.
Attorney General Ellison’s Office is concerned with reports that some retailers may be engaged in price-gouging practices by selling essential goods or services at unconscionable or excessively inflated prices as a result of COVID-19. The Attorney General strongly encourages consumers to report such practices immediately to Minnesota Attorney General’s Office.
Temporary Changes in AGO Operations Due to COVID-19
- Deadline Extension: Soliciting Charity Annual Reports (More Information)
- Deadline Extension: Professional Fundraiser Annual Registration Statements (More Information)
- Office CLEs: The April 17, 2020 Office Ethics CLE is cancelled. (More Information)
- Publications: The mailing of printed publications has been suspended. (More Information)
- Service of Process: we will accept service of process for the State of Minnesota or any State Agency pursuant to state and federal rules of procedure 4 and 5 at the following email address COVID.firstname.lastname@example.org. (More Information)
- Walk-Ins: We are discontinuing the practice of in-person meetings, please contact us by phone or internet. (More Information)
Advisory Task Force on Lowering Pharmaceutical Drugs Prices - February 2020 Report
After nearly one year of public study and deliberation, Minnesota Attorney General Ellison’s Advisory Task Force on Lowering Pharmaceutical Drugs Prices has released a report and 14 recommendations for lowering prescription drug prices.
CenturyLink Settlement Information
MN consumers who received internet or television service from CenturyLink between July 12, 2011 and the present are eligible for refunds if they were charged more for service than they agreed to pay.
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