AG Manibusan joins bipartisan coalition seeking congressional support for autism services

Attorney General Manibusan joins bipartisan coalition seeking congressional support for autism services Attorney General Edward Manibusan today announced that he has joined a bipartisan coalition of 47 attorneys general calling upon Congress to authorize the Autism CARES Act of 2019. This legislation provides ongoing federal support for research into autism […]

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Public Safety Information – Product Recalls

Public Safety Information – Product Recalls The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued the following product recalls: ➢ CONTIGO Kids Cleanable Water Bottles Hazard: The water bottle’s clear silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard to children. Contigo has received 149 reports of the spout detaching including 18 […]

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Yeti Buyers Beware

Yeti Buyers Beware We have reason to believe that several shipments of counterfeit YETI products have been introduced into our local stream of commerce. Please pay close attention to the products you are purchasing and make sure that you are only purchasing name brand items from a trusted source. Check […]

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OAG welcomes two new AAG’s

The Office of the Attorney General welcomes two new Assistant Attorneys General The Office of the Attorney General is pleased to announce the addition of two new assistant attorneys general, Deanna M. Ogo and Benjamin K. Petersburg. Deanna and Benjamin join the litigation team of the civil division. “On behalf […]

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Public Service Announcement April 10, 2019

Public Service Announcement April 10, 2019 The Attorney General’s Office of Consumer Counsel, the Bureau of Environmental Health, and the Community Health Center Department of Public Health would like to remind the public to never take unknown medicine, especially medicine found in public places. Many drugs may have harmful side-effects […]

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Argosy University closure

Argosy University closure On March 8, 2019, Argosy University announced the closure of many stateside campuses and its online program, effective immediately. This news came after the discovery that the university used $13 million of student loan money from the US Department of Education to cover payroll and other expenses. […]

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