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AG Weiser Reminder on Voter Intimidation and Election Worker Safety

AG Weiser Reminder on Voter Intimidation and Election Worker Safety

  Oct. 13, 2022 (DENVER) – Attorney General Phil Weiser today reissued public advisories reminding Coloradans that they have the right to vote free from intimidation, and that the Colorado Department of Law will hold accountable those who attempt to intimidate or harass voters or election workers. The advisories provide guidance on the crimes of […]

Attorney General Phil Weiser says 7,000 Colorado Student Loan Borrowers to Get Checks from Navient Settlement

Attorney General Phil Weiser says 7,000 Colorado Student Loan Borrowers to Get Checks from Navient Settlement

    Nearly 7,000 Coloradans will soon receive checks in the mail from a settlement earlier this year that the Colorado Attorney General’s Office reached with Navient, a student loan servicer that used widespread unfair, deceptive, and predatory loan servicing practices. The nationwide investigation by a bipartisan coalition of 39 attorneys general uncovered evidence that […]

Colorado to receive $385 million in Opioid Settlement

Colorado to receive $385 million in Opioid Settlement

Feb. 25, 2022 (DENVER) – Attorney General Phil Weiser today announced the final approval of the $26 billion opioid agreement with the nation’s three major pharmaceutical distributors – Cardinal, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen – and Johnson & Johnson. The companies will start releasing funds to a national administrator on April 2, 2022. Money will start flowing […]

Attorney General Phil Weiser Urges FCC to Block Illegal, Foreign Robocalls

Attorney General Phil Weiser Urges FCC to Block Illegal, Foreign Robocalls

  Jan. 10, 2021 (DENVER) — Attorney General Phil Weiser today urged the Federal Communications Commission to help stem the tide of foreign-based illegal robocalls that attempt to scam Americans. A bipartisan group of 51 attorneys general encouraged the FCC to adopt rules requiring gateway providers — the companies that allow foreign calls into the […]