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Attorney General Ellison sues Fleet Farm for negligently selling firearms to straw purchasers
Attorney General Ellison secures guilty plea for son’s 2nd-degree murder of father
Attorney General Ellison secures conviction for 2nd-degree murder of mother
Attorney General Ellison sues pesticides manufacturers for increasing costs for farmers
Attorney General Ellison applauds new federal funds to increase antitrust enforcement in agriculture
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
- Service of Process: Service of process can be initiated by visiting the security desk on the second level of Town Square Tower (near the Department of Public Safety). Security personnel will notify the AGO service team to send someone down to accept service. (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.
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.