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Attorney General Ellison opposes move to delay protecting people from payday lenders
Joins letter with 24 other AGs to call on CFPB to enforce rule finalized in 2017
Attorney General Keith Ellison has urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to take immediate action to protect consumers from abuses in payday lending, vehicle-title lending, and other types of high-cost exploitative consumer lending. Attorney General Ellison joined 24 other states in a letter that urges the CFPB not to delay even further a rule to that effect, first finalized in 2017, that is scheduled to be implemented later this year.

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Attorney General’s Office wins settlement with four fast-food chains to end no-poach agreements
Under multi-state agreement, Dunkin’, Arby’s, Five Guys, and Little Caesars will drop franchise provisions that limit recruitment and hiring of workers in fast-food industry
It settles an investigation announced by the states in July 2018 over concerns that no-poach agreements hurt low-wage workers by limiting their ability to secure better-paying jobs.

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Attorney General Ellison announces settlements with Fiat Chrysler and Bosch for unlawful emissions-cheating scheme
Minnesota to collect $3.5 million from companies for their illegal practices
“Fiat Chrysler and Bosch falsely promised Minnesota consumers environmentally-friendly vehicles, when in reality they sold them heavy polluters that harmed them and Minnesota’s environment. These settlements hold Fiat Chrysler and Bosch accountable for their illegal scheme.”

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Attorney General Ellison seeks judgment in lawsuit against tech-support scam as part of nationwide crackdown on scammers
Files motion for default judgment against Teknicians, Inc., warns Minnesota consumers about tech-support scams as part of Tech Support Takedown
“Helping people afford their lives and live with dignity means helping people who’ve been victimized by sophisticated tech-support scams, and rooting out and holding accountable perpetrators who prey on consumers — especially our seniors. ” Attorney General Ellison said

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Attorney General Ellison sues to protect Minnesota workers
Joins multi-state lawsuit challenging federal rollback of workplace-injury and -illness reporting rules
Filed today in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the lawsuit challenges an “illegal and unjustified” attempt by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) to roll back requirements it issued in 2016 for the electronic reporting of workplace-injury and -illness information.

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