“Students who were lured into for-profit schools such as Corinthian deserve relief,” Madigan said in a written statement. “Today’s action by the Department helps, but I will continue to fight for relief for Illinois students who Corinthian and other for-profit schools lied to and took advantage of.”
Some of those plans could save you money but it also opens the door for potential bad deals.
"They may come to your home, they may call you on the phone, maybe they will send you something in the mail asking you to sign that authorization," Madigan said.
Madigan says you never have to give anyone authorization to read your smart meter, which contains private details.
The money is collected through settlements, fines and penalties. The sum includes Illinois' $22.5 million share of Morgan Stanley's $3.2 billion national settlement announced last month over bank practices that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis.