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Alexandria Wilson Wednesday, June 22, 2016

DENVER— The federal Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”) has lost its fight to regulate hydraulic fracturing on federal land. Yesterday, a Wyoming federal judge granted a request by four states—Colorado, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming—to permanently set aside hydraulic fracturing rules issued by the BLM in March 2015. Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman joined in the case on behalf of Colorado.

Erin Lamb Thursday, June 16, 2016

Denver – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is urging consumers to do their homework before responding to a solicitation for money to help victims of the shooting in Orlando, Florida. Sadly, many fraudsters take advantage of tragedy to line their own pockets through donation scams.

“Coloradans always are extremely generous in response to those in need. Be charitable, but be smart,” said Attorney General Coffman. “If you want to help, ensure that the person collecting your money is really giving it to victims or to organizations providing victim and community support.”

Erin Lamb Friday, June 10, 2016

Millions Owed to Colorado

DENVER – Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman has joined Attorney Generals in 20 different states in an original action filing in the U.S. Supreme Court against the State of Delaware. At a minimum, Delaware has approximately $150 million that rightfully belongs to its sister states under the federal Disposition of Abandoned Money Orders and Traveler’s Checks Act.

Erin Lamb Wednesday, June 8, 2016

DENVER—Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that 5,000 Colorado consumers will share in millions of dollars after several lenders were ordered to repay excessive and illegal loan costs.

Erin Lamb Friday, June 3, 2016

DENVER-Today the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion in Kerr v. Hickenlooper, a lawsuit challenging the Colorado Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) under the U.S. Constitution's Guarantee Clause. The Attorney General defended the case in the trial court, on appeal to the Tenth Circuit, and in the United States Supreme Court. The case was originally filed in 2011. Today's ruling holds that a small minority of state legislators do not have the authority to overturn TABOR in federal court.

Erin Lamb Thursday, June 2, 2016

DENVER – The District Court for the City and County of Denver recently ordered David Keown and his company, Subscriber Services Inc., to pay approximately $11.1 million in restitution, unjust enrichment, and penalties in connection with a telemarketing scam. Subscriber Services closed their doors in early 2015, after the Court entered a Temporary Restraining Order that barred them from engaging in deceptive trade practices. Subscriber Services and Keown are now barred from conducting magazine solicitations or collections in Colorado.

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