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Attorney General Ellison condemns Trump Administration effort to allow discrimination in healthcare
Proposed HHS rule will eliminate ACA’s protections against discrimination for women, people with disabilities, the LGBTQ community, and other vulnerable communities
“Good, affordable healthcare is a basic human right that helps everyone afford their lives, live with dignity and respect, and just live — and everyone should have it, no exceptions,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison files lawsuit against ‘public charge’ rule
New rule ‘bait-and-switch’ means families and children will have less access to food, healthcare, and shelter, meaning more burden for all communities
“Minnesotans want everyone to live with the same dignity and respect that they want for themselves,” Attorney General Ellison said. “We’re a welcoming people because we know we’re stronger together and see immigrants contributing to our communities every day. But once again, the President is trying to divide Minnesotans from each other, this time by pulling a bait-and-switch on our immigrant neighbors, friends, and co-workers.”

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Attorney General Ellison permanently bans sham hospice charity, New Hope Foundation, from operating in MN
Obtains settlement prohibiting sham hospice charity from any further activity in Minnesota due to its misleading solicitation practices and misuse of donations
"It’s appalling that a charity would exploit Minnesotans’ generosity by fundraising in the name of much-needed hospice care, only to use most of the money for other purposes,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison wins expansion of federal-loan discharge for MSB/Globe University students
Following advocacy by AG Ellison’s office, the US Dept. of Education will now allow students who withdrew any time after court found schools had engaged in fraud to apply to discharge their federal loans
“Students from MSB and Globe were just trying to afford their lives and get ahead — but because these schools engaged in fraud and closed their doors, many of them ended up saddled with debt and with little or nothing to show for it. Today, they have more help in getting back on track,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Sackler family knew but denied and downplayed risks of opioids, stigmatized addicted people, then moved to profit from addiction
AG Ellison’s office files unredacted complaint that shows family that controls Purdue paid themselves $4B in profit from opioids, while calling addicted people ‘criminals,’ ‘scum of the earth’ — then exploiting addiction treatment as an ‘attractive market’ that is ‘naturally linked’ to the crisis they created
AG Ellison: Complaint shows Sacklers ‘motivated not by human dignity or the value of human life, but by unlimited greed above all else’

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