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Volkswagen Settlement Restitution Claims Forms Available For Vermont Consumers

CONTACT: Christopher Curtis, Chief Public Protection Division 802-595-8679 MONTPELIER – In May, the Vermont Attorney General’s...

November 30, 2018

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Identity Theft and Information on the Equifax Data Security Breach

To check if you were personally affected by the breach, you may visit Equifax’s website: www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. To place a fraud...

November 28, 2017

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Lead-safe Housing for all: Landlord Restoration Program

The Landlord Restoration Program (Program) is for landlords/owners of pre-1978 rental property. Our goal is to help ensure lead-safe...

November 28, 2017

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Join staff from the Attorney General’s Office and the Vermont Secretary of States Office on Tuesday, 12/11, at 5:00PM in Newport to discuss the findings of the Secretary of State’s evaluation of possible means of regulating the home improvement industry. The meeting will be the third and final in a series, and will include a presentation of the Secretary of State’s findings on this topic along with an opportunity for public questions and answers. More information can be found at: ago.vermont.gov/blog/2018/11/20/attorney-general-secretary-of-state-announce-public-meetings-on-p.... ... See MoreSee Less

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It doesn’t matter how you came here. You should be able to apply for asylum. Our country has been a refuge for people since it’s inception. That’s why I joined a coalition of attorneys general advocating against a rule that would prevent asylum seekers from asking for help.
Read more about our brief here:
ago.vermont.gov/blog/2018/12/07/vermont-files-amicus-brief-to-protect-asylum-seekers/
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