MCDANIEL IDENTIFIES TOP 10 CONSUMER COMPLAINTS FROM 2010March 07, 2011
LITTLE ROCK In conjunction with National Consumer Protection Week, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today the 10 most common complaints fielded by his offices Consumer Protection Division last year. McDaniels Consumer Protection … - Read More >
STATEMENT ON BILL TO BAN BATH SALTSMarch 01, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel issued the following statement today regarding Senate Bill 423, which would classify several synthetic drugs as Controlled Substances, thus prohibiting their sale and use in the State:
"As … - Read More >
MCDANIEL SUES FLORIDA COMPANY OVER CHARITY SOLICITATIONSFebruary 28, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a consumer protection lawsuit today against a Florida-based company, claiming the company used deceptive and misleading tactics to solicit charitable contributions in the state.
The … - Read More >
JANUARY CRIME VICTIM REPARATIONS ANNOUNCEDFebruary 15, 2011
LITTLE ROCK -Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today that the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board awarded $253,521.96 in reparations to 107 crime victims in January.
The Crime Victims Reparations Program provides … - Read More >
MORE THAN $2.1 MILLION RECOVERED FOR ARKANSAS CONSUMERS IN 2010February 14, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today that the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division recovered more than $2.1 million for consumers in 2010, the largest single-year recovery in the history of the state.… - Read More >
CONTEST ENTRIES NOW DUE FEB. 22February 11, 2011
LITTLE ROCK -- Because of recent inclement weather and school closings, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today that entries in the 2011 Youth Suicide Prevention PSA contest and the Youth Suicide Prevention poetry contest will now … - Read More >
AG’S OFFICE TO REOPEN FRIDAY WITH TWO-HOUR DELAYFebruary 10, 2011
LITTLE ROCK -- The Attorney General's Office will reopen Friday, Feb. 11, with an inclement weather policy in effect, allowing employees an extra two hours to get to work because of the possibility of hazardous road conditions.
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MCDANIEL NAMES THOMPSON COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTORFebruary 07, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today that he has named Julie Johnson Thompson as his Office's Director of Communications.
Thompson, of Little Rock, is a veteran journalist and public relations practitioner who … - Read More >
STUDENTS ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT CONTEST ENTRIES THIS MONTHFebruary 01, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel today invited students in Arkansas schools to submit entries in three annual contests that are sponsored by the Attorney General's Office.
Entries are due this month for participants in the … - Read More >
CRIME VICTIMS RECEIVED MORE THAN $3.3 MILLION IN 2010January 13, 2011
LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas crime victims received more than $3.3 million in reparations in 2010, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today.
The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board awarded the money last year to a total of 1,705 … - Read More >