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Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, December 9, 2014 Microsite Will Help Coloradans Avoid and Report Fraud
DENVER—One of the most important missions of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office is protecting Colorado consumers and businesses from dishonest advertising and unscrupulous businesses. Consumer protection issues have long been the most “clicked through” part of the office’s website.
Carolyn Tyler Friday, December 5, 2014

DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today issued two composite reports on Colorado’s calendar year 2013 subprime consumer lending activity. The reports contain data on 250 companies at 749 licensed locations engaged in deferred deposit or “payday” loan and traditional supervised loan activity. The total volume of supervised lending overall significantly increased due in large part to increased servicing activity with a lessor increase in origination activity.

Carolyn Tyler Friday, December 5, 2014
DENVER – The Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced that Solicitor General Dan Domenico will present oral arguments on Monday before the United States Supreme Court in the Direct Marketing Association v Brohl (No. 13-1032). This is Domenico’s second appearance before the nation’s highest court. The case involves the federal jurisdictional statute, the Tax Injunction Act, and whether a challenge to Colorado's use tax collection act can be heard in federal court.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers appointed Domenico as Solicitor General in 2006.
Carolyn Tyler Thursday, December 4, 2014

DENVER– To resolve claims its advertising and billing practices were misleading, Sirius XM Radio, Inc. will pay eligible customers restitution under the terms of a settlement agreement announced today by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Colorado joined with 44 other state attorney general’s offices and the District of Columbia in announcing that Sirius will also pay $3.8 million to the participating states.

Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, November 25, 2014

DENVER – The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is announcing the successful outcome of a lawsuit brought earlier this year against Paymon’s Market, Inc. for selling “spice,” a synthetic cannabinoid. Rahmatollah Ghamari, owner of the convenience store agreed to pay $100,000 to settle the case.

Carolyn Tyler Monday, November 24, 2014
DENVER—Today the Colorado Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit that challenged the honorary Day of Prayer proclamations issued by Colorado governors as unconstitutional.

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