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CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has created a panel of 33 citizens to help it deal with consumer protection issues.
CHARLESTON – A battle is brewing over a bill that would limit lawsuits filed by out-of-state residents.
CHARLESTON – The future of a bill to add six circuit judges is up in the air.
CHARLESTON — Four West Virginia consumers who say they were unfairly bothered after defaulting on loans that are illegal in the state had their balances wiped out in a recent agreement between West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw and Advance America.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is urging Gov. Joe Manchin to veto a bill that would limit lawsuits filed by out-of-state residents. The Chamber says House Bill 2956, which was unanimously passed by chambers of the Legislature during … Read More
CHARLESTON – In the month since his top assistant promised otherwise, Attorney General Darrell McGraw has handed out $1 million of lawsuit settlement money to various groups across the state.
CHARLESTON – Critics of Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s distribution of lawsuit settlement funds are speaking up again after McGraw doled out $375,000 last week.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw announced Tuesday that a settlement agreement has been reached with IGIA Inc., a Delaware corporation that markets household products through infomercials and the Internet, using the name “As Seen on TV.” IGIA offered vacuum … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two bills that would increase the number of circuit and family judges each have passed one legislative branch. Senate Bill 400, which was passed 26-7, would increase the number of circuit judges by five. Wayne, Mercer, Mingo and … Read More
CHARLESTON – In a span of two weeks after promising otherwise, Attorney General Darrell McGraw handed out $500,000 in lawsuit settlement money.