SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued the following statement on today's federal court hearing on Washington's lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's ban on transgender individuals serving in the military:
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that the previously scheduled federal court hearing on the constitutionality of President Donald Trump’s ban on transgender individuals serving in the military will go forward on Tuesday.
OLYMPIA — A three-judge state court of appeals panel today ruled that local jurisdictions have the authority to ban marijuana sales, agreeing with Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s arguments and a 2014 Attorney General Opinion.
Largest sales suppression software case ever in Washington state
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a consumer protection lawsuit today against CLA Estate Services, Inc. and CLA USA, Inc. for operating a “trust mill” by misleading hundreds of Washington seniors about estate planning, and persuading them to purchase high-commission insurance products.
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson led every attorney general in the country and four territorial attorneys general today in calling on congressional leaders to pass legislation supporting victims of child pornography.
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed updates to the Public Records Act (PRA) Model Rules, reflecting changes in state law and helping the public and agencies navigate changing technology. The amended model rules are effective April 2, 2018.
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s agency-request legislation providing vital protections for Washington’s more than 800,000 student loan borrowers passed the Legislature today.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s bipartisan Attorney General request legislation to better support military consumers passed the Legislature today after a unanimous vote in the Senate. It will now head to the Governor for his signature.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today the completion of a sweep to crack down on illegal housing discrimination against veterans with disabilities, resulting in enforcement action against eight companies across the state.