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Attorney General Ellison continues support for women’s reproductive rights
Joins coalition of 21 attorneys general in amicus brief in asking 5th Circuit to uphold permanent injunction on ‘plainly unconstitutional’ Mississippi law
“The Mississippi law is a direct assault on women’s constitutionally-protected right to control their own reproductive health, which Minnesota women have relied on for 46 years,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison issues a statement regarding the State’s lawsuit against the Minnesota School of Business (“MSB”) and Globe University (“Globe”)
“Students who were harmed by fraud or other unlawful activity by MSB and Globe can be confident that this Office will continue to hold these schools accountable and do whatever it can to enforce Minnesota law and obtain full relief for victims,” Attorney General Keith Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison issues a statement on the abrupt closure of Argosy University's Twin Cities campus
“It is deeply troubling that hard-working students who took out student loans to further their education have had their education and livelihoods jeopardized by the sudden closure of Argosy by its owners,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison joins multi-state effort to protect women’s access to reproductive health
In amicus brief, asks 6th Circuit to uphold lower court finding that Kentucky law is unconstitutional
The brief, led by Nevada Attorney General Ford, argues that the availability of abortion services in neighboring states does not excuse a state from the Constitution’s prohibition on unduly burdening a woman’s ability to access abortion services in her home state.

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Attorney General Ellison names members of task force on lowering pharmaceutical drug prices
15 members chosen through public process include medical practitioners, labor and industry representatives, legislators, and people affected by high cost of pharmaceutical drugs
Task force to meet on April 23, produce report and action plan by start of 2020 legislative session

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