AG Manibusan joins bipartisan coalition

AG Manibusan joins bipartisan coalition in calling for fentanyl to remain a Schedule I drug CNMI Attorney General Edward Manibusan was joined in a bipartisan coalition of all 56 Attorneys General in calling for Congress to permanently classify fentanyl-related substances as Schedule I drugs. Schedule I drugs are defined as […]

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OAG announces newest AAG

The Office of the Attorney General announces newest AAG The Office of the Attorney General is pleased to announce the addition of its newest Assistant Attorney General, Ms. Erin Toolan. Erin Toolan was sworn in on Thursday October 31, 2019 as the newest assistant attorney general for the Office of […]

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OAG and NMC work together for online students

CNMI Office of the Attorney General and Northern Marianas College work together to comply with Federal Student Aid requirements for online students Attorney General Edward Manibusan and Consumer Counsel Michele Harris recently met with Northern Marianas College (NMC) officials to discuss measures for students possibly affected by new federal regulations. […]

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Price freeze still in effect for the CNMI

Price freeze still in effect for the CNMI As Typhoon Hagibis approaches the CNMI, the Office of the Attorney General reminds all retailers that the Declaration of Price Freeze signed by Governor Ralph DLG. Torres on October 27, 2018 remains in effect. Governor Ralph DLG. Torres issued a Renewal of […]

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Public Safety Information – Product Recalls (SEPT.2019)

Public Safety Information Product Recalls for September 2019 The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued the following product recalls: ➢ WHIRLPOOL GLASS COOKTOPS WITH TOUCH CONTROLS Hazard: The recalled cooktop surface elements can turn on by themselves, posing burn and fire hazards. Whirlpool Corporation has received 133 reports of […]

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Officer pleads guilty to theft

Officer pleads guilty to theft  On Monday September 9, 2019, following a plea recommendation from Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Glass, the Court found Department of Public Safety Police Officer Koji Maurice Taisacan guilty and ordered him to serve seven days in the Department of Corrections and pay a fine of […]

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