Rabner TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey Attorney General Stuart Rabner says his office recently cleared a major legal hurdle in defending the state's regulations on mercury emissions.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann recently defended his position on the veto of Senate Bill 117, which paved the way for his lawsuit against lead paint manufacturers and is being challenged by the General Assembly.
Cuomo Tobacco companies recently paid the State of New York $767 million million as a result of the 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
Lisa Madigan SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has won a battle to boot Attorney General Lisa Madigan from his legal team in a controversial public-access lawsuit.
Jerry Brown The spreading feeding frenzy among state attorneys-general over probing links between colleges and student loan companies has officially gone national.
Abbott makes his case against CVS AUSTIN -- Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's dogged department of dumpster-divers has landed him another big lawsuit.
Hood GULFPORT, Miss. - In a move that seemed to surprise no one, a federal judge on Monday dismissed the long-troubled Woullard class certification attempt that was part of Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood's proposed settlement with State Farm Insurance Co.
BATON ROUGE, La. - James Gable recently found out that the long arm of Louisiana law reaches all the way to his home in California.
Rabner TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey Attorney General Stuart Rabner says he has reached a settlement with Motorola worth $190 million.
BEAUMONT, Texas -- A Texas judge has allowed an asbestos attorney to depose reporters from a legal journal he claims were jury tampering.
Judge Aida Salinas Flores AUSTIN -- The Texas Supreme Court could soon decide the outcome of a controversial effort to force the city of McAllen and its police union to arbitrate disputes.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann has sent letters to the presidents of the state's universities and colleges notifying them of his intent to investigate certain claims regarding the student loan industry.
Coakley BOSTON - Two companies recently acknowledged to Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley their obligation to pay overtime wages to their employees and will dole out a substantial amount to prove it.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The future of employer-provided health care will be left up to lawmakers and not judges, Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler said Monday.
Bredesen NASHVILLE, Tenn. - After months of controversy, Gov. Phil Bredesen finally appears ready to choose Tennessee's next Supreme Court justice.
Charles Foti Former U.S. Senator John Breaux withdrew from Democratic contention for governor of Louisiana late Friday after a crucial non-ruling by Attorney General Charles Foti.
Pfeifer COLUMBUS - As a result of a recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling, Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio will refund more than $6.5 million to consumers it allegedly overcharged.
Cuomo NEW YORK - The nation's largest student loan provider on Wednesday settled with New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who recently filed the first college loan lawsuit in a nationwide investigation into the industry.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal recently celebrated a ruling from a bankruptcy judge that will keep possible criminal action against a company's former president.
Lisa Madigan SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has begun investigating possible financial links between all the state's colleges and its student loan providers after recent revelations at two public universities.