Attorney General Rules Minimum Wage Surcharges Must Be Disclosed To CustomersThe attorney general said he wants to make sure customers understand what they're paying for.
Washington Files Lawsuit Against Online CompanyThe company, doing business under the name Stroll, promoted foreign language programs with low introductory offers through the website
Forks Animal Sanctuary Owner Sued By Attorney GeneralThe state attorney general is suing a man who used to run an animal sanctuary in Forks, saying he failed to register with the state while raising $300,000 for his organization.
Attorney General Says No Sanctions Needed School-Funding Spat The Legislature doesn't need legal sanctions to comply with a 2012 court mandate to obey orders from the Washington Supreme Court to fully pay for basic education, Attorney General Bob Ferguson says.
Lawsuit: State Can't Tax Marijuana Because Pot Is Illegal On Federal LevelWashington State should be barred from collecting thousands of dollars in state and local marijuana taxes from an authorized marijuana dispensary and its owner because there are already pending federal charges, a lawsuit filed in federal court claims.
Dish Network To Refund $2 Million To Washington Customers Attorney general alleged the satellite TV company charged customers an extra dollar to recoup costs for higher business tax.
State Atty. Gen. Sues Food Industry Group Over I-522 Washington's attorney general accused a food industry group Wednesday of violating state campaign finance laws for how it collected and spent more than $7 million to oppose a food labeling initiative.
Wash. State Sues Florist Who Refused To Provide Wedding Flowers To Gay CoupleAttorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against a florist who refused to provide wedding flowers to a same-sex couple.

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