DENVER--Today the United States Supreme Court issued an order staying the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, also called the 111(d) rule. The Court issued today’s order in response to a legal request by Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman and a bi-partisan group of 28 other states and state agencies. The order will put the 111(d) rule on hold, allowing the federal courts time to fully consider the legality of the rule.
DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman wins a court order prohibiting AAAA Television Electronics Vacuum and Appliance (“AAAA TEVA,) its owner Muhammed Murib, and sales manager Omar Murib, from conducting any further repair business, including the advertising of any repair services, pending a trial on the Attorney General’s November 2015 Complaint against these Defendants.
DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is alerting Colorado consumers about an increase in scams involving unsolicited phone calls or pop-up computer messages warning that their computer has been infected by a virus. In these swindles, consumers can be charged thousands of dollars to have their computers “diagnosed” and imaginary virus removed.
DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is alerting Broncos fans to be cautious before purchasing Super Bowl tickets from unproven or unlicensed sellers. With average ticket prices hovering near $6,000, it is more important than ever that fans be cautious before purchasing tickets from Internet or Craigslist sellers.
DENVER - Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. declined a request to stay the Environmental Protection Agency from enforcing its Clean Power Plan regulations on the states.
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