Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Jun 25 2018
OLYMPIA — The United States Supreme Court today sent the Arlene’s Flowers case back to the Washington State Supreme Court to review the case in light of the recent ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.  
Jun 21 2018
SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced he will lead a coalition of states in challenging the Trump Administration’s policy of forced family separation on the U.S. southern border. The lawsuit will be filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Jun 19 2018
The Office of the Attorney General is requesting information from Washington residents regarding the impacts that they are experiencing – or expect to experience – as a result of the Trump Administration’s family separation policy.
Jun 19 2018
La Oficina del Procurador General solicita información de los residentes de Washington sobre los efectos que están experimentando, o que esperan experimentar, como resultado de la política de separación familiar del gobierno de Trump. 
Jun 19 2018
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that Philips, a multinational electronics company, will pay $7 million as part of the Attorney General’s price-fixing lawsuit against manufacturers of cathode ray tubes, or CRTs, a technology once ubiquitous in television screens and computer monitors.
Jun 19 2018
Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that his office is launching a new online resource to connect human trafficking survivors with resources and support.
Jun 15 2018
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that Citibank, a Wall Street financial institution, will pay a total of $100 million to 42 states for manipulating a key interest rate before and during the Great Recession, costing investors millions of dollars.
Jun 15 2018
OLYMPIA — In a case brought by Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s Counsel for Environmental Protection, a King County Superior Court judge today adopted the Attorney General’s recommendation and sentenced a Renton man guilty of multiple felony charges to: pay $15,000 in fines, serve 30 days in jail, and to cooperate with authorities’ efforts to clean up the environmental hazards from his illegal dump and wrecking yard. The court set a future hearing determine what Pillon may have to pay to clean up the property, in addition to the fine.  
Jun 11 2018
OLYMPIA — The U.S. Supreme Court issued a 4-4 decision in the culverts case today, which means the lower court decision will remain in place. That ruling forces the state to pay 100 percent of the cost of replacing barrier culverts, even though the federal government provided the design for those culverts, and regardless of whether other barrier culverts block salmon from getting to the state culverts. Attorney General Bob Ferguson offers the following statement:

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