DES MOINES, IOWA (April 2, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller and Iowa Insurance Commissioner Doug Ommen are joining AARP Iowa for a statewide telephone town hall on April 10 at 10AM that will focus on protecting Iowans' savings from scammers and fraudulent investment schemes. Iowans are encouraged to participate in the telephone town hall and ask questions.

DES MOINES, IOWA (March 18, 2019) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller filed a lawsuit Monday to shut down an alleged puppy-laundering ring, including dissolving two “pet rescue” non-profits accused of exporting designer-dogs from Iowa to pet-shops in other states.

DES MOINES, IOWA (March 12, 2019) — Four national fast food franchisors will cease using “no-poach” agreements in a multistate settlement with a coalition of 14 attorneys general, including Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller. The agreements restrict the right of fast-food workers to move from one franchise to another within the same restaurant chain.

DES MOINES, IOWA (February 29, 2019) — The Iowa Attorney General’s Office is asking a judge to shut down several Quad Cities-based advertising companies that are accused of continuing to defraud small businesses across the nation.

DES MOINES, IOWA (February 5, 2019) — Older Iowans who receive official-looking mailers with “FREE government benefits” in large print should beware: A private company might be fishing for your information and trying to sell you insurance.

DES MOINES, IA (January 23, 2019) — The Iowa attorney general alleges that a Florida man associated with a telemarketing company has again run afoul of Iowa’s Consumer Fraud Act, seven years after being banned from soliciting Iowans.

Des Moines -- Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, as part of a bipartisan group of 52 state and territory attorneys general, called on Congress today to help end the opioid epidemic and close a loophole that allows those who traffic deadly fentanyl to stay a step ahead of law enforcement.

Coalition of states and local governments oppose EPA’s new pollution rules

DES MOINES -- Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller released the following statement in response to the Trump administration’s proposed plan to dismantle the Clean Power Plan, the first-ever national limits on climate change emissions from existing fossil-fuel power plants:

Since 1999, state has received more than $1.2 billion through agreement

DES MOINES – Tobacco companies involved in the 1998 landmark settlement transferred about $50.9 million to the state treasury on Thursday.

Miller's legislation follows Equifax data breach

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