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PIERRE, S.D. (Legal Newsline) - Journalism, business and free speech groups are suing the South Dakota attorney general and secretary of state, alleging that their free speech was violated.
PIERRE — The South Dakota legislature recently approved two bills proposed by the state's attorney general that update existing state laws regarding consumer protections as well as the transfer of interest of some tobacco escrow monies.
SOUTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: Gregg Gass Recommended by Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to Board of Pardons and Paroles
Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced today the recommendation of Gregg Gass of De Smet, S.D. to the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Gass will fill the vacancy left by Anne Hajek, effective February 1, 2019.
SOUTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Jason Ravnsborg joins $1.5M settlement with Retailer Neiman Marcus over 2013 Data Breach
The Neiman Marcus Group LLC has agreed to pay $1.5 million and implement a number of policies to resolve an investigation with 43 states and the District of Columbia into the 2013 breach of customer payment card data at 77 Neiman Marcus stores in the United States, Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg said.
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PIERRE, S.D. — A South Dakota optometrist has agreed to a settlement with South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley to resolve allegations of submission for medically unnecessary claims for Medicaid payments.
PIERRE, South Dakota (Legal Newsline) — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has announced that the state’s Supreme Court upheld his ballot explanation for Initiated Measure 21, which limited the amount of interest certain money lenders can charge on loans at 36 percent.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley reached a settlement on Wednesday with Avera Gregory Hospital regarding Medicaid claims that involved errors.
South Dakota's electronic data sharing to curb the unauthorized sale of Pseudoephedrine products has been online for three months and Attorney General Marty J. Jackley said on Monday that it's working as planned.