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Health care suit spurs spirited Colorado contest

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Colorado’s elections for state attorney general usually are ho-hum affairs of civil debates and yard signs. Not this year. Federal health care policy and a Colorado serial killer are top issues in the race between Republican incumbent John Suthers and Democrat Stan Garnett, the Boulder County district attorney. Garnett jumped into the race after Suthers… Continue Reading Health care suit spurs spirited Colorado contest

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Suthers, Garnett spar over political contributions

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Republican incumbent John Suthers and Democrat Stan Garnett are sparring over political contributions they have taken from supporters in their race for attorney general. Suthers on Thursday defended taking more than $10,000 from payday lenders while he was drafting industry regulations. He says the rules against contributions only apply to people under investigation or prosecution… Continue Reading Suthers, Garnett spar over political contributions

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and the FBI worked to secure the extradition of William L. Walters after Walters fled the country during a Grand Jury session that led to his indictment. “In this case, justice delayed will not result in justice being denied,” Suthers said. Walters is accused of running an elaborate Ponzi scheme… Continue Reading Colorado man extradited to face Ponzi scheme charges

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Gloom and despair – and a radically reduced state government – that’s what community leaders promised if Amendments 60 and 61,  and Proposition 10, all pass in November. An array of leaders from the business, legal and educational communities spoke at a rally this morning concerning the “devastating” effects that can be expected if amendments… Continue Reading Ballot initiatives would be devastating, local leaders say

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Colorado Springs company fined by AG

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A Colorado Springs company has been ordered to pay more than $78,000 in fines by a Fremont County District Court judge. Independence Planning, also known as Alternative Lending of Colorado, its managing partner James W. Dale and April Bigler were accused of “irresponsible and deceptive lending practices,” said Colorado Attorney General John Suthers. “This settlement… Continue Reading Colorado Springs company fined by AG

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The city won’t be made any richer from the sale of Memorial Health System to a for-profit hospital, but could reap the proceeds if it sells Memorial to a nonprofit system. That’s the word from Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, who presented his determination Tuesday afternoon at a meeting of the Commission on Governance and… Continue Reading AG: Sale of Memorial to a for-profit won’t make city richer

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State attorney general John Suthers has barred the David Faith Corp. from collecting debts in the state of Colorado. The restrictive order said the Denver-based company engaged in fraudulent and threatening debt collection practices and attempted to collect debts before getting a state license. The company’s owner, Chad Lee, lied on the application concerning his… Continue Reading AG bars Denver collection agency from state

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Security Finance will have to refund some of the fees it charged its loan customers dating back to 2004, under an agreement reached with Attorney General John Suthers office. The company had 13 locations in Colorado – Colorado Springs, Alamosa, Cortez, Denver, Grand Junction, Pueblo and Trinidad. “Colorado’s lending laws are designed to ensure that… Continue Reading Security Finance leaves state after AG settlement

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The Colorado Springs City Council is likely to find out on May 25 whether it can receive money from the sale of Memorial Health System. That’s when city attorney Pat Kelly is expected to present Attorney General John Suthers’ opinion about whether the hospital is subject to the Colorado Hospital Transfer Act. The act requires… Continue Reading Hospital Transfer Act answer likely to come May 25

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Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, a Democrat, has launched a bid to unseat Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, a Republican. Continue Reading Boulder Co. prosecutor runs for attorney general

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