Five contractors hired by cable provider Metronet being sued by Indiana Attorney General

Five contractors hired by cable provider Metronet being sued by Indiana Attorney General

Five out of state excavators, hired by Metronet, are blamed for hitting gas lines in neighborhoods. They didn’t have the proper permits to dig. The Indiana Attorney General is asking for a ,000 civil penalty for each company.
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Car dealer agrees to pay $62K to customers after Attorney General files lawsuit

Car dealer agrees to pay K to customers after Attorney General files lawsuit

In what the state is calling a “significant” case, a former Crawfordsville car dealership agreed to pay ,495.27 in restitution to consumers following a lawsuit by the Indiana Attorney General’s office accusing the company of deceptive and unfair sales practices.
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Indiana Attorney General files lawsuit against group of alleged home-and-landscape scammers

They’re accused of swindling several area residents out of thousands of dollars.

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Indiana attorney general accused of inappropriate touching

Indiana attorney general accused of inappropriate touching
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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Won't Be Charged In Alleged Groping

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill will not be criminally charged in the alleged drunken groping of a lawmaker and three legislative staffers at a party to mark the end of the legislative session earlier this year, a special prosecutor announced Tuesday. Ken Molestina reports.
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No charges for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill

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Indiana's Attorney General tells businesses who penalize customers for bad reviews to 'Grow up'

The Indiana Attorney General had a strong message Thursday for businesses with policies that penalize consumers for writing negative reviews. “Grow up,” said Curtis Hill, Indiana Attorney General, in an interview with Call 6 Investigates. “These types of policies are ridiculous. Certainly, from a consumer beware standpoint, if they see a policy like this, they should run.”