OLYMPIA – Attorney General Rob McKenna will conduct a press conference tomorrow on proposed legislation that would give all Washington residents the opportunity to freeze unauthorized access to their credit reports.
McKenna will be joined by legislators, representatives of the Washington Credit Union League and AARP, which will reveal results from a new survey that found the vast majority of Washington state consumers support security freeze legislation.
WHAT: Press conference to discuss proposed legislation to enact a credit report security freeze law to protect more Washington consumers.
WHEN: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6 (tomorrow)
WHERE: Senate Rules Room
Legislative (Capitol) Building
2nd floor inside Lt. Governor’s office
- Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna
- AARP Advocacy Director Lauren Moughon
- Washington Credit Union League CEO John Annaloro
PHONE ACCESS: Media can participate by telephone. Call Kristin Alexander in advance if need the toll-free number.
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Media Contact: Kristin Alexander, Public Information Officer, (206) 464-6432