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Bob Ferguson

Apr 17 2018
Attorney General Bob Ferguson today released a guide designed to be posted in workplaces to educate Washingtonians about their rights regarding sexual harassment in the workplace.
Apr 17 2018
El Procurador General Bob Ferguson publicó hoy una guía diseñada para publicación en los lugares de trabajo con el fin de educar a los residentes de Washington sobre sus derechos con respecto al acoso sexual en el lugar de trabajo.
Apr 16 2018
SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson, together with Lambda Legal and OutServe-SDLN, won a major court victory against the Trump Administration’s discriminatory ban against transgender individuals openly serving in the U.S. military. The federal judge’s ruling keeps in place the injunction blocking President Trump’s transgender military service ban.
Apr 13 2018
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson offered the following statement on the news of President Donald Trump's statement on marijuana legalization:
Apr 9 2018
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson and a multistate coalition asked a federal court to allow them to intervene in a lawsuit in order to defend the Affordable Care Act (ACA). More than 800,000 Washingtonians depend on the ACA for their health care.
Apr 6 2018
Attorney General Bob Ferguson today released a guide for employees and employers on specific civil rights that pregnant employees have under Washington state law.
Apr 6 2018
El Procurador General Bob Ferguson publicó hoy una guía para empleadas y empleadores sobre derechos civiles específicos que tienen las empleadas embarazadas bajo la ley estatal de Washington.
Apr 6 2018
Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s lawsuit against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the state’s devastating opioid epidemic will continue, a King County judge ruled today, rejecting Purdue’s request to dismiss the case.
Apr 5 2018
Ferguson delivers on promise to sue Trump Administration over oil and gas facility emissions
Mar 30 2018
A federal judge rejected the federal government’s motion to dismiss Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s challenge to President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, citing President Trump’s “overt expressions of prejudice.”

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