DES MOINES, IOWA (November 12, 2019) — Iowa will launch a tracking and reporting system for sexual-assault evidence-kits, which will provide transparent status-updates to survivors of rape as well as law-enforcement and medical professionals.
DES MOINES, IOWA (October 2, 2019) — About 200 Iowans are eligible to receive refunds from an online divorce website that is accused of fraudulent advertising and billing by the Iowa Attorney General’s Office.
DES MOINES, IOWA (September 9, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller released the following statement on a bipartisan investigation of tech giant Google’s business practices related to state and federal antitrust laws:
DES MOINES, IOWA (September 6, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller released the following statement regarding the investigation of Facebook:
“Facebook’s dominance over communications and information is concerning, and that’s why we are joining this bipartisan coalition to examine whether the company has violated antitrust laws. The investigation is in its early stages and we have drawn no conclusions.
DES MOINES, IOWA (August 30, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller joined a bipartisan coalition of 32 attorneys general from around the country in defending the states’ vital ability to enforce state and federal consumer-protection laws against student-loan servicers.
DES MOINES, IOWA (August 26, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has sued the seller of the “Miracle Scraper” — which removes ice and snow from car windshields — for enrolling customers in a buying club without their knowledge or consent and charging them $9.95 a month.
DES MOINES, IOWA (August 22, 2019) — Attorney General Tom Miller announced that as a result of a bipartisan coalition of 51 attorneys-general, a dozen phone companies have agreed to adopt eight principles to fight illegal robocalls. This agreement will help protect phone users from illegal robocalls and make it easier for attorneys general to investigate and prosecute bad actors.
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