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Schultz Statement on the DFL Endorsing Radical Keith Ellison

PLYMOUTH, Minn. – Jim Schultz, the Republican endorsed candidate for Minnesota Attorney General, released the following statement in response to the DFL endorsing Keith Ellison for Attorney General. “DFL activists today endorsed the most far-left attorney general candidate in Minnesota history. Former DNC co-chair, Keith Ellison is a radical...
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Attorney General Keith Ellison tours Rochester's Planned Parenthood facility

ROCHESTER, Minn.-Minnesota's Attorney General Keith Ellison stopped at the Med City's Planned Parenthood facility on Tuesday for a tour of the facility. Ellison's visit comes as the United States' Supreme Court is set to potentially overturn Roe V Wade, which is the landmark 1973 decision that guarantees a federal right to an abortion for women, after a leaked draft opinion was leaked.
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Festival recap: Keith Ellison on prosecuting police and his role as the state’s top law enforcement officer

On Monday, April 25, MinnPost welcomed Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to discuss his office’s prosecution of police in recent years and how he’s approached his shift from the U.S. House of Representatives to becoming the state’s top law enforcement officer. The virtual session was moderated by MinnPost Managing Editor Harry Colbert Jr.
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AG Keith Ellison Joins Letter Urging Biden To Cancel Federal Student Loan Debt

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison joined several of his counterparts across the country Wednesday in urging President Joe Biden to fully cancel federal student loan debt for millions of Americans. In a letter to the president, Ellison and eight other attorneys general asked Biden to use his authority under the Higher Education Act to give relief to Americans struggling with debt. In Minnesota, 750,000 people have federal student loan debt, with loans averaging $35,000. “My job is to help everyone afford their lives, and canceling crushing federal student debt will help the economy as a whole,”...
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Attorney General Keith Ellison secures $1.8M for low-income Minnesotans deceived by TurboTax

May 5, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today secured more than $1.8 million in refunds for low-income Minnesota taxpayers from Intuit Inc., the owner of TurboTax, after the company deceived consumers into paying for tax services that should have been free. The refunds to Minnesota customers come as part of a multistate settlement agreement between Intuit and all 50 states and the District of Columbia in which Intuit will pay $141 million in restitution to millions of consumers across the nation who were illegally charged. In addition, Intuit must suspend TurboTax’s deceptive “free, free, free” ad campaign that lured customers with false promises of free tax preparation services, only to deceive them into paying for services that the company promised were free.
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Attorney General Keith Ellison secures $1.8M for low-income Minnesotans deceived by TurboTax

Joins all 50 states in agreement with TurboTax owner Intuit for deceiving low-income Americans into paying for free tax services; as many as 60,000 Minnesotans to be refunded. May 5, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today secured more than $1.8 million in refunds for low-income Minnesota taxpayers from Intuit Inc., the owner of TurboTax, after the company deceived consumers into paying for tax services that should have been free. The refunds to Minnesota customers come as part of a multistate settlement agreement between Intuit and all 50 states and the District of Columbia in which Intuit will pay $141 million in restitution to millions of consumers across the nation who were illegally charged. In addition, Intuit must suspend TurboTax’s deceptive “free, free, free” ad campaign that lured customers with false promises of free tax preparation services, only to deceive them into paying for services that the company promised were free.
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