Coronavirus In Minnesota: Attorney General Keith Ellison Stops Landlord From Illegally Evicting Sandstone FamilyThe family was sheltering in place with a four-year-old daughter who has an underlying health condition that makes her vulnerable to COVID-19.
CenturyLink To Pay Nearly $9M In Minnesota Overcharge CaseCenturyLink has agreed to pay nearly $9 million to settle allegations the company overbilled Minnesota customers, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Wednesday.
Ellison Seeks Review Of Public Defender's SuspensionAttorney General Keith Ellison on Thursday called for the Minnesota Board of Public Defense to examine the process that led to the suspension of Hennepin County's chief public defender, saying he believes Mary Moriarty was targeted for speaking out against racial bias in the criminal justice system.
State Panel Works To Prevent Officer-Involved Shootings“60% of officer involved shootings happen in greater Minnesota so part of this conversation needs to happen in greater Minnesota."
Attorney General Ellison Reaches Settlement In Data Breach Affecting 38,000 MinnesotansMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison settled a lawsuit Thursday against Premera Blue Cross, an insurance company allegedly responsible for a May 2015 data breach of more than 38,000 Minnesotans, Ellison's office said.
Minnesota Joins 13-State Lawsuit Against T-Mobile And Sprint MergerMinnesota is the latest state to join a lawsuit against a proposed merger of major telecom companies T-Mobile and Sprint, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Friday. Thirteen other Attorney Generals are part of a complaint alleging the merger would increase cellphone prices, cut jobs, and hurt rural customers.
AG Ellison Requests To Add Sackler Family To Purdue Pharma LawsuitThe State of Minnesota is asking for permission to add eight members of the Sackler family as individual defendants in its lawsuit against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma.
Ellison: Can’t Block Students From Graduation For Lunch DebtMinnesota school districts cannot block students from graduation ceremonies over unpaid lunch debt, Attorney General Keith Ellison said Wednesday.