Minnesota’s attorney general is suing four Oregon companies for magazine sales tactics she says are misleading and hurt seniors. Lori Swanson says the companies offered magazine and newspaper subscription renewals to Minnesotans at inflated rates.
Minnesota apparently won’t pass any laws to ban assault rifles or high-capacity ammunition magazines this year.
Authorities say a 50-year-old Apple Valley woman admitted to signing a neighbor up last year for more than 20 magazine subscriptions that she didn’t ask for or want.
The Minneapolis City Council approved new rules Friday for door-to-door sales that will protect consumers, and make it harder for out-of-state companies to exploit youth workers.
Two out-of-state traveling magazine salesmen allegedly beat up a St. Cloud man on Friday after he refused to buy a subscription from the duo, police say.