Bob Ferguson Disappointed Court Narrowed Travel Ban FreezeWashington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he's "deeply disappointed" that the U.S. Supreme Court narrowed injunctions that had blocked President Donald Trump's travel ban from taking effect.
Washington State Mulling Further Travel Ban ChallengeWashington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he's going to take two or three days to decide whether to continue challenging President Donald Trump on immigration, in light of the administration's revised travel ban.
Death Penalty Repeal Bill Introduced in Washington StateGov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Monday announced a proposal to abolish the death penalty in Washington state.
Washington State AG Seeks Legislation Banning Assault WeaponsFerguson says such military weapons are designed to kill and they have no place in civilian use.
Washington State Sues Comcast"This case is a classic example of a big corporation systematically deceiving Washington state consumers and putting profits above those consumers."
Seattle Man To Return Millions To People Who Paid For Online PrayersThe Washington state attorney general says he has reached an agreement with a Seattle man to return millions of dollars to consumers nationwide who paid for prayers through a so-called Christian prayer website.
Did Business Group 'Improperly Influence' Local Farmers' Answer To Wage Survey?Attorney General Bob Ferguson has launched an investigation
Washington Part Of Multistate Probe Of VolkswagenWashington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has confirmed that Washington state is part of a multistate investigation into Volkswagen's alleged use of emissions test-cheating software in some of their engines.
Washington Could Become First State To Raise Smoking Age To 21House Bill 1458 has seen bipartisan support
Washington Attorney General Opines On Cop CamsWashington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he'll issue an opinion Monday on police body cameras.
Attorneys General Target Internet Sex TraffickingAttorney General Bob Ferguson is urging passage of the Stop Advertising Victims Exploitation Act, or SAVE Act, a bill targeting sex trafficking on the Internet.
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

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