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.
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.
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced the launch of the Safe2Tell Education Toolkits. Available now for download, the toolkits provide Colorado students with age-appropriate resources to report school-safety concerns and showcase how Safe2Tell can help. Designed specifically for adoption by elementary schools and middle/high schools, the two toolkits provide educational resources that help students anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers them, their friends, family, or community. \
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