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The All Consuming blog is a blawg (blog + law = blawg).  On the blog the AGO posts information to make you a wiser consumer, know your legal rights, receive the heads-up on new scams, and discover emerging marketplace trends.

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The In General Blog is also a blawg (blog + law = blawg).  On the blog the AGO posts a compilation of  news, audio, video and photos chronicling the every day work the office does for you: assisting state government agencies, communities, individual consumers, seniors, youth and law enforcement in making Washington a better place to live, work and do business. 

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