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Attorney General Ellison reaches agreement to help school districts afford the price of school milk
Will protect more than 40 school districts and programs through 2030
“Milk in schools isn’t a luxury — it’s a staple and a necessity,” Attorney General Ellison said. “The families of children that rely on school milk are trying to afford their lives. So are the families that produce school milk. Anticompetitive behavior in agriculture in the form of market integration is making it hard for both of them to do that.”

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Attorney General Ellison leads fight to classify non-compete clauses as unfair and illegal
Abusive non-compete clauses currently prevent 30 million Americans — especially low-income ones — from getting better jobs, pursuing higher ambitions, and leaving hostile or unsafe work environments
“Non-compete clauses are another way the economy is stacked against people just trying to afford their lives — especially low-income workers,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison fights unlawful attempt to use healthcare coverage to bar immigrants
Joins coalition of 22 AGs in challenging presidential proclamation that would bar entry to immigrants who do not possess certain health insurance or the ability to pay for medical care
“Once again, the Trump Administration is attempting to violate the law to pursue their anti-immigrant political agenda,” Attorney General Ellison said. “I’m not going to stand by and let them use healthcare to harm thousands of Minnesota families.”

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Attorney General Ellison and coalition win fight to stop Trump Administration healthcare discrimination rule
Federal court issues summary judgment vacating entire HHS rule ‘refusal of care’ rule. Rule would have drastically expanded healthcare providers’ ability to deny necessary healthcare to virtually anyone they chose, solely on the basis of their own ‘religious beliefs or moral convictions’
“I believe healthcare is a human right and discrimination violates human rights. The Trump Administration believes it’s ok for some Minnesotans to get sick, suffer, or die just because of who they are,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison’s office notches big victory for defrauded MSB/Globe students
Minnesota Supreme Court allows AG’s office to obtain tuition refunds for more than 1,300 low-income students of MSB/Globe criminal-justice program — more than $33 million in restitution now possible. Court also affirms AG’s authority to seek restitution for all Minnesotans harmed by fraud.
"Today’s ruling affirms my office’s authority to get money back for Minnesotans when they’re harmed by fraud — in this case, low-income students who were falsely told that they could become Minnesota police or probation officers by enrolling in a program that cost upwards of $70,000,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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