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    BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey issued an advisory to customers and auto dealers about deceiving advertising practices previously reported by the WBZ-TV I-Team. Healey said Tuesday the advisory reminds auto dealers they are required to “accurately advertise prices, honor advertised prices, and comply with consumer lease contract provisions.” READ MORE: Attempted Murder Suspect With One Handcuff, One...
    BOSTON (AP) — A question that would require voters to present an ID and a second that would grant new benefits for drivers for companies like Uber and Lyft while stopping short of declaring them employees have cleared an initial hurdle on their way to next year’s ballot. Other proposed initiatives that received a constitutional green light from Attorney General...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s office announced more charges in an amended lawsuit on Thursday against local orthodontist Dr. Mouhab Rizkallah, who was already being accused by Healey of keeping children in braces for longer than medically necessary “to steal millions of dollars”. The state attorney general’s office said on Thursday that Dr. Rizkallah allegedly charged MassHealth...
    Biden condemns attacks on U.S. Jewish community as despicable 3 Wuhan researchers ill before first cases revealed in 2019, report says; some vaccinated teens might have heart issues: Live COVID updates In Attorney General Maura Healey’s first six years in office, Massachusetts campaign finance officials sent her evidence that 13 former elected officials, candidates, and others may have broken...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey told WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller that the C. Carlos Carreiro Immigration Detention Center in North Dartmouth, which will no longer be used to detain immigrants, committed “serious civil rights violations”. Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson was furious over the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to end the county’s ICE contract to...
    As more residents receive and become eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the Massachusetts Attorney General has issued an advisory about potential scams and misinformation intended to exploit the pandemic. The AG’s Office said on Tuesday, March 30, it had received reports about people getting spam or scam emails or texts after they’ve received vaccines or registered for vaccines through...
    BOSTON (CBS/AP) — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is suing a now-closed driving school for failing to refund more than $1 million to students after its owner was arrested on drug trafficking charges. Healey’s office filed the lawsuit against North Andover Auto School and its owner, Michael Larocque, 56, of Lawrence, for violating the state’s Consumer Protection Act. READ MORE:...
    BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is suing a now-closed driving school for failing to refund more than $1 million to students after its owner was arrested on drug trafficking charges. Healey’s office filed the lawsuit against North Andover Auto School and its owner, Michael Larocque, 56, of Lawrence, for violating the state’s Consumer Protection Act. The office...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Hundreds of former Boston Sports Clubs members are getting a refund, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Wednesday. The clubs’ parent company, Town Sports International, filed for bankruptcy on September 14. As part of that process, Healey said her office has secured a total of $126,858 in refunds for 588 former members. That’s an average of about...
    BOSTON (AP) — Customers of competitive electric supplier Starion Energy, Inc. are beginning to receive payments as part of a $10 million settlement reached with Attorney General Maura Healey’s office. The payments stem from allegations that Starion used unfair and deceptive sales tactics, including unsolicited telemarketing calls, to lure more than 100,000 Massachusetts customers into expensive contracts with high electricity...
    BOSTON (AP) — Officers at a Dartmouth detention center used excessive force when they deployed pepper spray, police dogs and a flash bang device against inmates who refused to be tested for COVID-19, according to a state report released Tuesday. In a scathing report, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office determined that the Bristol County sheriff’s office violated the civil rights...
    BOSTON (AP) — Officers at a Dartmouth detention center used excessive force when they deployed pepper spray, police dogs and a flash bang device against inmates who refused to be tested for COVID-19, according to a state report released Tuesday. In a scathing report, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office determined that the Bristol County sheriff’s office violated the civil rights...
    LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — The builders of an apartment complex have agreed to pay $335,000 to settle allegations that workers improperly handled asbestos-containing material during the redevelopment of a former manufacturing site in Lawrence, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said Tuesday. The agreements entered Friday settle allegations that Washington Mills II LLP, of Massachusetts, and PC Construction Company, of Vermont,...
    BOSTON (AP) — Six men have been indicted on interstate gun trafficking, state Attorney General Maura Healey’s Office said Monday. The men, two of whom are from Florida and four who are from Massachusetts, allegedly transported guns, primarily from Florida and Michigan, to sell in Massachusetts. Healey's office said the investigation, led by the state police, also uncovered drug trafficking...
    BOSTON, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts attorney general's office is suing a law firm, alleging it accepted more than $90,000 in illegal kickbacks for recommending at least 800 physical injury clients to a pharmacy. Attorney General Maura Healey alleges in the lawsuit filed Friday that Keches Law Group P.C. “engaged in unfair and deceptive acts” under the state’s consumer protection...
    Two Holyoke Soldiers’ Home supervisors are being charged in connection to a wave of COVID-19 related deaths that swept through the hospital in February. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Friday, Sept. 25, the charged against former Superintendent Bennett Walsh and former Medical Director Dr. David Clinton. Walsh and Clinton are facing the same charges: 5 counts each of...
    By STEVE LeBLANC, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — Feel like snitching on a boss or business not following public health rules in the COVID-19 era? Massachusetts officials are more than happy to listen. Hotlines and websites allow workers, customers and others who spot businesses they believe aren’t taking steps to stem the spread of the coronavirus to relay those concerns...
    BOSTON (AP) — Feel like snitching on a boss or business not following public health rules in the COVID-19 era? Massachusetts officials are more than happy to listen. Hotlines and websites allow workers, customers and others who spot businesses they believe aren’t taking steps to stem the spread of the coronavirus to relay those concerns to the state. A reporting...
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