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The Wrong Help Can Hurt
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Scammers preying on immigrants
Free calls and texts to Japan
Dodge tsunami charity scams
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau launches Web site, social media
Service in Ernest
Snow Day: Who has to shovel?
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Update on Qwest-CenturyTel merger
Package snatchers spoil the holidays
Online shoppers safer as bill heads to President’s desk
Attorney General dishes up $570,000 to food banks
Letter to the Editor of the News Tribune
Letter to the Editor of the Seattle Times
'Up to' be debated
AG's Office a-Twitter over 2010 Waggy award
Boost your Money Smarts next week at KCTS
Gain your Money Smarts at Spokane and Lacey workshops
AG to host public forum for Chinese-Americans
Should you sell gold for cash?
Attorney General McKenna to host public forum for Chinese-American community
Secrets of Italian cooking revealed
The 2010 census is taking a picture. Keep your eyes open!
UTC releases 2009 consumer complaint rankings
Are you smarter than these students? Test your LifeSmarts
This week's events for savvy consumers
General Tobacco products can no longer be sold here
Public comments sought on Puget Sound Energy rate increase
2010: Time to eat healthy foods, exercise more and shed a few pounds
AG seeks bills to protect homeowners, used car buyers
KSER-AM to broadcast TeleTown Hall with McKenna tonight
All Consuming’s letter to Santa
Complaints about DIRECTV signal a serious problem, says AG
11,000 Washington seniors on the phone with AG McKenna
Bellevue forum offers free small biz tips
AGs tell Congress: Don't limit states' authority to protect consumers
New AGO Events Calendar
Attorney General prepared to hammer dishonest home remodelers
Do the Puyallup with Rob McKenna!
Sweet sound of silence
More consumers complaining about credit, AGs report shows
Been bamboozled by bamboo fabrics?
New AGO All Consuming Voices
Casual bLAWging at the AGO
Happy birthday to us!
KOMO and KIMA back on DISH Network
The high price of love comes with a contract
Following the yellow brick road to deceitful SEOs
Cell phone coupons baffle retailers
Kittitas teens take 2nd place in national LifeSmarts contest
CenturyTel-Embarq merger in works
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Celebrity comedians become backseat drivers for new public service campaign
The AGO is a-twitter!
Digital TV transition deadline delayed
Coke sued over VitaminWater health claims
Get fit overnight! ... Yeah, right.
AG McKenna proposes new consumer protection laws
UTC approves Puget Sound Energy sale
Charter Cable drops KING-TV
Consumer Resource Center phone lines closed
DISH Network drops Fisher Communications channels
“Live rent-free” ad was too good to be true
Will supermarket shelves look back at you?
Farewell to Lisa B; AGO volunteer opportunities
National AGs release Top 10 Consumer Complaints for 2007
Washington AG warns about double-click divorces
FCC coming to town to teach about DTV
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Power of compromise: proposed pact would mean smaller rate hikes for PSE customers
Be wise - don't falsely advertise!
Is an online degree legit or worthwhile?
Personal documents – Keep or Shred?
Four years for 'Spam King' Soloway
Judge ponders prison time for 'Spam King'
FAQ about Washington’s new distressed homeowner law
State gas tax increases today
More on the digital TV switch -- and misleading ads!
Dying hard drive? Try the freezer.
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Son's $ 5,174 cell phone bill includes a good lesson
Parents reminded to view video game ratings; Grand Theft Auto IV controversy
Traveling sales - the job ad might not tell the full story
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Free forums offer help for manufactured home owners and landlords
How to spend less at the gas pump
Speak up about PSE and NW Natural Gas rate increases
New program helps manufactured homeowners and landlords resolve disputes
News media peek inside our Consumer Resource Center
Six tips to make you a wiser consumer
CP Week Tip of the Day: Choosing a cell phone plan
Choosing a tax preparer
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Drug makers take Vytorin ads off the air
Learn how to pick a contractor
Will you still be able to watch TV next year?
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AG McKenna to lead public forums on gas prices
American Community Survey is in the mail
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Cheaper way to buy copies of property deeds
Finding a safe kennel for your pet
FTC cracks down on rogue telemarketers
How to find your missing property for free
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Building a dream or living a nightmare?
Local consumer advocate to serve on FCC board
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