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Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Aug 30 2016
SPOKANE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that his office obtained a guilty plea to murder from the man accused of bludgeoning his girlfriend to death in front of their 3-year-old son.  
Aug 15 2016
Attorney General Bob Ferguson urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit to reject two cases challenging Colorado’s recreational marijuana laws.
Aug 15 2016
OLYMPIA — The Attorney General’s Office today announced the filing of a complaint in Pierce County Superior Court alleging campaign finance violations by Port of Tacoma officials, the Economic Development Board of Tacoma-Pierce County (“the EDB”), and the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce (“the Chamber”).
Aug 12 2016
OLYMPIA — Granting a request from Attorney General Bob Ferguson, a Snohomish County Superior Court judge today ruled that Tim Eyman and his political committees violated her June 29 order by failing to meet the court-ordered deadline for disclosing documents in the Attorney General’s campaign finance probe.
Aug 2 2016
“Today, the court set a date for argument on our motion asking for enhanced safety and vapor monitoring measures at Hanford, and ordered preliminary measures to keep workers safe as we work toward a longer-term solution.
Aug 1 2016
SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit today against cable television and Internet giant Comcast Corporation in King County Superior Court, alleging the company’s own documents reveal a pattern of illegally deceiving their customers to pad their bottom line by tens of millions of dollars.
Jul 29 2016
OLYMPIA — In today’s closing arguments for the environmental review of a proposed crude oil terminal in Vancouver, Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s Counsel for the Environment will announce its opposition to the project.
Jul 28 2016
EVERETT. El Procurador General Bob Ferguson anunció hoy que Zein Automobiles Inc., concesionario de autos usados del condado de Snohomish que opera Best Bet Auto Sales e Independence Auto Center, pagará $250,000 por su repetida discriminación hacia los hispanohablantes que han acudido a sus concesionarios.
Jul 28 2016
EVERETT — Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that Snohomish County used car dealer Zein Automobiles Inc., which operates Best Bet Auto Sales and Independence Auto Center, will pay $250,000 over its pattern of discriminating against Spanish-language speakers at its dealerships.
Jul 27 2016
Attorney General Bob Ferguson will lead a group of states urging a U.S. District Court not to block the federal government’s ability to protect the civil rights of transgender people in a brief to be filed today.