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Attorney General Ellison announces nearly $2M settlement with StubHub
Stubhub, Inc. agrees to honor its refund policies, will pay $1.87M in refunds to Minnesotans whose events were cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
“The COVID-19 pandemic is not an excuse to withhold refunds. That’s why we fought to put money back in Minnesotans pockets. This settlement ensures that StubHub will honor its refund policies both now and in the future.”

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Attorney General Ellison files support of DOJ’S lawsuit against Texas abortion ban
Joins coalition of 24 AGs in amicus brief rejecting Texas law banning abortions after six weeks
“Texas’ law is blatantly unconstitutional. It doesn’t only hurt millions of women in Texas, it hurts women in Minnesota and across the country. Making your own reproductive choices is fundamental to living with dignity and respect. I use power of my office to fight this unconstitutional law and unconstitutional laws like whenever I can so that that women everywhere can live with dignity and respect,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison wins $954,966 judgment and permanent ban against company Contributing 2 Combatants and its owner for bilking charitable donations intended for the military
State’s lawsuit alleged that Jacob Choinski used his for-profit company, Contributing 2 Combatants, to solicit donations from Minnesotans door to door while posing as a charity and kept the donations to line his own pockets.

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Attorney General Ellison adds 1st-degree manslaughter charge against Kimberly Potter in death of Daunte Wright
New charge added to original charge of 2nd-degree manslaughter in April 11 death in Brooklyn Park
The complaint alleges that former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter committed first-degree manslaughter by recklessly handling a firearm when she fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center on April 11, 2021.

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Attorney General Ellison restructures charity and replaces its leadership following more than $2 million in self-dealing transactions
Settlement overhauls the nonprofit’s governance after it funneled contributions to insider-owned businesses and amassed $700k in debts to its founder
“Nonprofits that serve our military servicemembers are entrusted with not only charitable dollars but the public’s trust and commitment to do the right thing. Any nonprofit’s money should be used exclusively to further its charitable mission, and not to line the pockets of its insiders while doing so,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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COVID-19 Related Complaints

Although the COVID-19 peacetime emergency has ended, you can still report concerns to our Office.  If you believe you were the victim of price gouging (before July 1, 2021), a COVID-19-related scam, or other fraudulent practices, please submit a report to our Office by using the Consumer Assistance Request Form.  If you have concerns about an unlawful eviction before July 1, 2021, or another landlord/tenant matter, please submit a report to our Office by using the Minnesota Tenant Report Form.

Temporary Changes in AGO Operations Due to COVID-19
  • Publications: The mailing of printed publications has been suspended. (More Information)
  • Service of Process: Until January 3, 2022, we will temporarily 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.service@ag.state.mn.us. (More Information)
  • Walk-Ins: We are discontinuing the practice of in-person meetings, please contact us by phone or internet. (More Information)

Know your rights and responsibilities as a fundraiser or donor to charitable causes

The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office serves as the chief regulator of charities in Minnesota. The Charities Division of the Office is dedicated to educating fundraisers and charities about their responsibilities under the law and ensure they comply with the law, and to educating donors about their rights and how to know they are donating to reliable charities with a track record of delivering results. As such, the Office offers resources for the public including tips on researching charities, avoiding scams, and reporting questionable practices.


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.

Read the full report or the press release for more information.


CenturyLink Settlement Information
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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Affording Your Life Podcast
Listen to the AG's New Podcast!

Affording Your Life with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is your podcast about fairness, justice, and consumer information to help you afford your life.

Available on all major platforms


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Dose of Reality MN

Overdose deaths from opioids are increasing at an alarming rate. We are losing too many Minnesotans to painkillers, heroin, and other opioids. Use DoseOfReality.MN.gov to learn more about prescription painkiller abuse and how you can do your part to prevent it in Minnesota.