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The State AG Weekly Update

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AG Elections- Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Files to Run for Reelection- According to reports, Republican AG Leslie Rutledge has filed to run for reelection to a second term in 2018. AG Rutledge, the...more

Arkansas AG Settles Payday Lending Lawsuit for $750,000

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On June 24, the Arkansas Attorney General (AG) announced a settlement with three entities and two individuals, resolving allegations that the defendants conspired to offer illegal payday loans to consumers online while...more

Vermont AG Enters Largest Settlement With Online Payday Loan Processor

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On May 20, the Vermont Attorney General announced a settlement with an Arizona processer of internet payday loans, resolving allegations that the company violated the state’s prohibition on unfair and deceptive acts in...more

State Attorney Generals Settle with Online Payday Lenders

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The Attorney General for the State of New York announced that it reached a settlement agreement with several online payday lenders for alleged violations of New York’s usury and licensed lenders laws. ...more

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