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Attorney General Ellison starts task force for lowering the cost of pharmaceutical drugs
Ellison: Minnesotans are ‘united in one simple idea: they’re entitled to afford their lives — and drug prices are too high’
At a press conference with legislators, advocates, and Minnesotans who are struggling to afford their lives and the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs, Ellison said, “As the People’s Lawyer, I’ve heard from people in every corner of Minnesota that they’re having trouble affording their lives — and the cost of prescription drugs is a major factor in that.”

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Attorney General Ellison: ‘Governor Walz’s budget delivers on the promise of One Minnesota’
Governor’s support of Attorney General’s Office will also ‘help people afford their lives and live with dignity and respect’
“By making much-needed investments in education, community prosperity, and affordability of and access to healthcare, it helps working and middle-class families of every background thrive in every community, corner, and way of life of our state.” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison: “The President is harming the people of Minnesota... I cannot allow him to do that.”
Minnesota joins multistate lawsuit to stop Trump administration from illegally and unconstitutionally diverting federal funds to build border wall
“President Trump, who has been unable to persuade Congress and the American people that a wall is necessary, is harming the people of Minnesota by forcing this constitutional crisis. I have joined this lawsuit because I cannot allow him to do that,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison joins effort to defend immigrant holders of Temporary Protected Status
Joins coalition of 22 attorneys general in supporting preliminary injunction to block DHS from deporting immigrants to home countries with dangerous or harmful conditions
“Thousands of Minnesotans are able to live here in peace and work to afford their lives and live with dignity because TPS has protected them from being deported to countries that are in the throes of war, conflict, and natural disaster.” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison’s office wins largest Medicaid fraud case in Minnesota state court history
Wins convictions of two people for $7.7 million in fraud against State, including one previously convicted of Medicaid fraud
“One of the top jobs of the office of the Attorney General is to protect the people of Minnesota from fraud and abuse. It’s shameful that these defendants illegally set up home care companies that were supposed to help people solely for the purpose of lining their own pockets.” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison names Solicitor General and Government Affairs Director
Liz Kramer to serve as Solicitor General and former State Rep. Carly Melin as Government Affairs Director on staff team helping Minnesotans afford their lives and live with dignity
“I’m proud to build a team that has proven their commitment to improving people’s lives. They will work with the many dedicated lawyers and staff of the Attorney General’s office to help Minnesotans afford their lives and live with dignity and respect,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison’s office settles three multistate healthcare-related fraud and deceptive-marketing cases, recoups $3.1M for Minnesota
Settles with Walgreens in two Medicaid fraud cases and with J&J over deceptive marketing of hip implants
“Part of being able to afford your life is being able to trust that healthcare companies are being honest with you,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison: ‘The fight against discrimination is the fight for a fair, equal economy’
On MLK holiday, Ellison recalls Dr. King’s question from Greensboro sit-ins: ‘What good is having the right to sit at a lunch counter if you can’t afford to buy a hamburger?’
“On this day of remembrance and recommitment, let’s remember Dr. King as more than just a figure in history — because his fight is alive today.” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison’s office off to busy start helping people afford their lives and live with dignity
In just two days, Ellison promises action to protect Minnesotans during federal government shutdown; AGO prevails in cases blocking federal government from adding citizenship question to 2020 Census and from limiting access to reproductive healthcare; Ellison moves to defend Indian children, culture, and sovereignty

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Keith Ellison sworn in as Attorney General: “My job as the People’s Lawyer is to help Minnesotans afford their lives and live with dignity and respect”
In inaugural remarks, AG Ellison adds, “The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office will be a place where everybody counts and everybody matters.”

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Attorney General's Working Group on Sexual Assault Releases Report and Recommendations
Attorney General Lori Swanson convened this Working Group to recommend ways in which the criminal justice system in Minnesota can improve its response to sexual assault reports by adult victim-survivors.

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