Attorney General Gives Glowing Report To Court On Education
eFoodhandlers Certificates 'Worthless' In Washington Food service workers should obtain a food worker card from their local health department office
Attorney General Opinion: Ineligible For Concealed Carry Permit If Convicted Of Comparable Felony Abroad People convicted in a foreign country of crimes comparable to felonies under Washington state law are ineligible for a concealed pistol license, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in a legal opinion issued Tuesday
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.
AG: Storm-Damaged Cars Showing Up Washington state's attorney general and the Better Business Bureau are warning that cars damaged in last fall's Superstorm Sandy on the East Coast are showing up for sale here.
McKenna Joins Seattle Office Of New York Law Firm
Furguson Defeats Dunn In State's Attorney General RaceDemocrat Bob Ferguson will become Washington's next attorney general after defeating fellow King County Councilman Reagan Dunn.
Seattle Times Reporters Protest Campaign Ads More than 100 reporters, photographers, designers and other staffers signed a letter protesting The Seattle Times Co.'s decision to support the campaigns of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna and a gay marriage referendum.
McKenna Says No to Releasing Tax Returns Washington gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna said Tuesday he will not release any of his tax returns, dismissing the matter as a distraction from important policy discussions.
NJ Gov Christie Rallies for GOP in Bellevue New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie headlined a Bellevue rally on Thursday for gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna and other Republican candidates.
Ferguson, Dunn Spar Over WA Attorney General's Role Should Washington's attorney general focus on street crime, like gun violence and gangs, or concentrate on making sure people don't fall victim to scams or get taken advantage of by powerful corporate interests?
RealNetworks Settles $2.4 Million Lawsuit with WA Washington state Attorney General Rob McKenna says digital media provider RealNetworks is going to pay a $2.4 million settlement because of free trial subscriptions that resulted in unwanted monthly charges to customers.

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