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THURSDAY–SATURDAY: AG Ellison to listen to Minnesotans in south-central and southwest Minnesota

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison will co-host a public roundtable discussion on wage theft and two listening sessions with local legislators, as well as meet privately with a variety of community leaders and workers, during three days of travel in south-central and southwest Minnesota, starting this Thursday, July 18 through Saturday, July 20.

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Attorney General Ellison announces new Wage Theft Unit in AGO
Will investigate and litigate complaints of wage theft and other workplace fraud and abuse perpetrated against Minnesotans of all backgrounds, especially the most vulnerable
“The promise of America is that if you work hard and play by the rules, you’ll get ahead. But you can’t get ahead if your boss is stealing your hard-earned wages,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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Attorney General Ellison: ‘President Trump’s cruelty violates Minnesotans’ sense of decency’
Ellison tells Minnesotans, ‘Regardless of your immigration status, you have legal and constitutional rights — know them and exercise them’
‘As long as I’m the People’s Lawyer, we’ll keep fighting for everyone’s dignity, no exceptions’

“Minnesotans are a fundamentally decent people. We just want our immigrant neighbors to be able to live with the same dignity and respect that we want for ourselves and our loved ones."

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Attorney General Ellison reaches settlement in data breach affecting 38,000 Minnesotans
Thirty states settle claims related to 2014–15 data breach that exposed sensitive medical information
“Minnesotans deserve to know that their sensitive personal information is safe and their dignity is protected,” Attorney General Ellison said. “Premera failed to meet its legal obligations and violated Minnesotans’ trust by not adequately safeguarding their sensitive data. We held them accountable.”

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Attorney General Ellison files Supreme Court brief to protect LGBTQ+ employees from workplace discrimination
Joins 21 other AGs in brief on three cases of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity that Court will hear together in October
“Living free from discrimination is fundamental to living with dignity and respect. No American should be discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, but too many LGBTQ Americans face discrimination in the workplace. All Americans deserve what Minnesota has shown: fairer, safer workplaces for LGBTQ folks make for better working conditions for everyone,” Attorney General Ellison said.

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