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Bob Ferguson

Jun 5 2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson is demanding that the U.S. Department of Education end extended delays in its program to cancel federal student loans for thousands of Washingtonians victimized by predatory for-profit colleges.
Jun 2 2017
SEATTLE: El procurador general del estado, Bob Ferguson, celebrará una cumbre de dos días en junio sobre la epidemia de opiáceos, en la que reunirá a las fuerzas policiales, profesionales médicos, fiscales y expertos en la salud pública.
May 30 2017
SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson will hold a two-day summit in June on the opioid epidemic, convening law enforcement, medical professionals, prosecutors and public health experts.
May 25 2017
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced agreements with two Washington restaurants ordering them to cease mislabeling fish in sushi.
May 25 2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued the following statement today after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled 10-3 to keep the nationwide injunction on the President’s revised travel ban in place.
May 19 2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued the following statement regarding today’s report that another double-shell tank holding toxic, radioactive waste at Hanford may be leaking.
May 18 2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson today filed a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit in order to defend the Affordable Care Act — and the more than 800,000 Washingtonians who depend on it for their health care.
May 16 2017
OLYMPIA —Attorney General Bob Ferguson is leading a coalition of 17 states and the District of Columbia in urging the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to uphold the right of a transgender student in Virginia to use the school bathroom corresponding to his gender identity.
May 12 2017
OLYMPIA —The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) announced that it filed a complaint in Thurston County Superior Court today alleging campaign finance violations by the King County Democratic Central Committee (KCDCC). Specifically, the AGO asserts KCDCC failed to timely file a total of $65,442 in expenditures and $74,261 in contributions throughout 2016.
May 12 2017
OLYMPIA —The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) today filed a complaint in Thurston County Superior Court today alleging campaign finance violations by the Spokane County Democratic Central Committee (SCDCC). The AGO complaint also names SCDCC executive director and former chair Jim CastroLang and former treasurer Justin Galloway as defendants. The AGO complaint asserts SCDCC failed to timely file at least $110,554 in expenditures and $104,190 in contributions.

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