• Classmates.com, FTD pay to settle deceptive billing case

    “These companies' practices were deceptive,” Madigan said in a news release. “After customers made a purchase, they were also charged for goods and services they never requested or wanted.”

    Crain's Business Chicago, May 26, 2015
  • Lisa Madigan Speaks On Sexual Assault Laws

    “I’ve learned that too often, police avoid testing rape kits by unilaterally deciding not to pursue an investigation,” Madigan said. “In fact, at a recent summit I held on campus sexual assault, a police officer stated that he learned at the police academy that 80 percent of sexual assault allegations are false.”

    Illinois  Radio Network, May 20, 2015
  • Attorney General Madigan applauds House committee passage of data security bill

    Attorney General Lisa Madigan today said the Illinois House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee passed a measure that will strengthen the state’s data breach notification law. Senate Bill 1833 sponsored by Sen. Dan Biss (D-Evanston) and Rep. Ann Williams (D-Chicago) passed the committee by a vote of 7-4.

    Aledo Times Record, May 19, 2015
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