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Carolyn A. Tyler Friday, November 30, 2012
DENVER –Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that his office has secured a default judgment against several door-to-door magazine companies all owned and operated by Jennifer Proffitt-Payne and Cody Payne, formerly of Evergreen, Colorado. The companies covered by the judgment include Great Lakes Circulation, Inc. and American Cash Awards, Inc.
Carolyn A. Tyler Tuesday, November 20, 2012
DENVER — The Consumer Protection Division of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced a consent decree was reached with Full Spirit Ministries/Open Door Mission, its founder, Reverend Richard Thebo, his son Darren, and two of its board members, Andrew and Patsy Kaminski.
Carolyn A. Tyler Monday, November 19, 2012
DENVER — The independent monitor for the National Mortgage Settlement today issued a nationwide report outlining the consumer relief activities of the five banks that are parties to the settlement. Since March 1, 2012, the banks disclosed that they have extended more than $26.1 billion in mortgage relief to more than 310,000 homeowners or roughly $84,385 per homeowner.
Carolyn A. Tyler Thursday, November 15, 2012
DENVER - The Attorney General certified today that the dollar limit established under the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA), Colo. Rev. Stat. § 15-1-1106(d)(1) for January 2010-December 2011 was $106,200. The Attorney General has certified the dollar limit as of January 2012 to be $108,400.
Carolyn Tyler Thursday, November 8, 2012
DENVER — During a community awards ceremony last night, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that Master Sergeant Larry Bennington with the Arvada Police Department was the 2012 recipient of the “Attorney General’s Excellence in Law Enforcement Award.” Attorney General Suthers presented the annual award as part of the Arvada Police Awards Ceremony which celebrates the heroes of the community.
“During his 42-years with the Arvada Police Department, Master Sergeant Bennington has become an iconic presence to the police department and to the city,” said Att
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, November 7, 2012
DENVER —The following statement is to be attributed to Colorado Attorney General John Suthers in reaction to yesterday’s passage by Colorado voters of Amendment 64.
“Despite my strongly held belief that the ‘legalization’ of marijuana on a state level is very bad public policy, voters can be assured that the Attorney General’s Office will move forward in assisting the pertinent executive branch agencies to implement this new provision in the Colorado Constitution.
Coloradans should be cognizant of two caveats, however.

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