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February 27, 2004

Court halts the fundraising and freezes bank accounts. Professional fundraiser is suspected of diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars of charitable contributions made by Iowans. DES MOINES. Attorney General Tom Miller has filed a consumer fraud lawsuit alleging that a professional fundraiser diverted charitable donations made by consumers into the...

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February 20, 2004

Statement of the Attorney General's Office: The Iowa Attorney General's Office joins the Iowa Homeland Security & Emergency Management Division in emphasizing the message that it is a crime to send mail with powder or other potentially hazardous substances to disrupt or endanger businesses or other operations. Mailing threatening letters...

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February 19, 2004

Iowans filed at the fastest pace in the nation. Refunds will be $13.86 per person. DES MOINES. Attorney General Tom Miller said today that 113,882 Iowans soon will receive a check for $13.86 apiece for a refund in the "CD" compact disc antitrust case. As a whole the Iowans are...

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February 9, 2004

Statement of the Attorney General's Office: We are reviewing the decision. One option we will consider is to appeal the decision to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. That decision must be made within 30 days. We also expect to consult with legislative leaders and the Governor about the possibility...

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February 3, 2004

"One in Eight" -- Rape in Iowa: A Report to the State Statement of Attorney General Miller: This is a powerful and very sobering report. This highly-regarded study concludes that about 12.7% of adult women in Iowa -- one in every eight -- have been a victim of the crime...

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