Md. AG Frosh: Supreme Court Overturning of Roe v. Wade “strips away fundamental right of women to control their own bodies”

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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has issued a statement following the release of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization:  “Today’s decision strips away the fundamental right of women to control their own bodies.  Including in its sweep even survivors of abuse, rape, and incest, it robs…

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What Does TurboTax Settlement Mean To Md., Del.?

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About 66,000 Maryland consumers can expect checks in the mail under a settlement reached with all attorneys general and Intuit, the owners of Turbo Tax.Maryland AG Brian Frosh said Wednesday that the state expects to receive more than $2-million. Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings said the settlement would direct more than $400,000 to The First…

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Elected Officials Reacted To Leaked US Supreme Court Majority Opinion Re: Roe v. Wade

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Area elected officials are reacting to a Politico report that a leaked US Supreme Court draft majority opinion indicates that the nation’s highest court would strike down Roe V. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion. US Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del.: “Reversing the long-settled protections in Roe is outrageous. Every woman in America deserves the chance to make…

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Del., Md. Share In $1.85-Billion Student Loan Settlement

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A settlement with one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers is expected to result in payments going directly to borrowers in many states, including Delaware and Maryland. Navient has reached a settlement in a case that involved allegations of widespread unfair, deceptive and predatory practices. The settlement totals $1.85-billion. Attorney General Kathy Jennings said…

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Shop Smart: Tips To Reduce Risk Of Scams, ID Fraud

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After Black Friday and Small Business Saturday comes Cyber Monday. It’s important to shop smart and avoid being scammed or having your personal information stolen, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh. Frosh suggested that you make sure any website on which you are entering payment information is secure, and be very wary of clicking…

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Charitable Fraud Abounds, Especially Near “Giving Tuesday”

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Scams take no holiday, and that includes what’s become known as Giving Tuesday. The Tuesday after Thanksgiving often allows contributors to various causes to stretch their dollars through various promotions. However, Maryland Secretary of State John Wobensmith and Attorney General Brian Frosh said donors should look for common red flags such as a lack of…

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Md. AG Frosh Will Not Seek 3rd Term

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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh will not seek a third term. Frosh said in an announcement Thursday morning that he plans to make the most of “every single moment” of his final year in office. The Montgomery County Democrat won his first term in 2014. Previously, he served in the Maryland General Assembly. One Republican…

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VIDEO | Del., Md. Part Of Massive Proposed Opioid Settlement

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Maryland, Delaware and other states have announced a massive settlement proposal with the three largest distributors of opioids in the United States – Cardinal Health, McKesson and AmerisourceBergen – as well as manufacturer, Johnson and Johnson. According to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, the states had been investigating allegations that the companies engaged in a…

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‘Giving Tuesday’ May Bring Out The Scams

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After Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday comes Giving Tuesday. It’s become a major day of philanthropic pledges to help non-profits, arts and cultural organizations and other community initiatives and causes. However, donors should be vigilant and make wise choices, according to Maryland Attorney Brian Frosch and Secretary of State John Wobensmith.…

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