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Attorney General Ellison leads AGs in asking Congress to protect integrity of America’s elections
Leads 21 other AGs in asking for grants, security standards, and bipartisan election-security legislation to address “persistent threats to our election systems”
“Our democracy works only if we can trust the integrity of our elections — and that integrity was breached in 2016. What we need to do to rebuild it is not a mystery to anyone, including Congress.” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison: Rash of overdoses why Minnesota investigating and suing opioid manufacturers
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison issued the following statement in response to a Minneapolis Police Department report of a record-high 50 overdoses, including one suspected death, during the week of May 28 – June 5, 2019:
First, if you’re with someone who’s experiencing an overdose, call 911 immediately. Second, this rash of overdoses is one of the reasons my office is investigating and suing opioid manufacturers and others responsible for this crisis.

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Attorney General Ellison joins motion to unseal generic drug price-fixing complaintprices
Marks latest step in second case against ‘largest cartel in history’
“Minnesotans should get to read every word of how greed drove these companies to make it hard for people to afford their lives, and even live,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Tuesday, June 11:
Sen. Jensen, AG Ellison to host community hearing in Chaska on lowering pharmaceutical drug prices

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and State Senator Scott Jensen (R–Chaska) will hold a community hearing on the issue of lowering pharmaceutical drug prices on Tuesday, June 11 at from 6:30–8:00 p.m. at the Chaska Community Center.

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Attorney General Ellison announces settlement in data breach affecting 8,000 Minnesotans
Sixteen states settle claims related to 2015 data breach in first-ever multi-state lawsuit filed under HIPAA
“Minnesotans should be able to trust that their most sensitive personal information is safe from exploitation and their personal dignity is protected,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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