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Missouri Attorney General Sues Opioid Manufacturers for Fraud


St. Louis, Mo. (June 21, 2017) – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley filed a lawsuit today against three large drug manufacturing companies in the Circuit Court of St. Louis City. Hawley is suing Purdue Pharma, Endo Health Solutions and Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The lawsuit alleges that these companies fraudulently misrepresented the serious risks posed by the drugs they manufacture and sell. Read more...

AG Josh Hawley Joins 20-State Coalition Urging EPA to Respect States in WOTUS Review


Jefferson City, Mo. (June 20, 2017) — Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley joined a 20-state coalition in requesting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency preserve the role of the states in protecting the nation’s water sources. The coalition filed its letter Monday as part of the EPA’s ongoing review of its Waters of the United States rule. Read more...

AG Hawley Announces Another Conviction of a Violent Criminal


Jefferson City, Mo. (June 15, 2017) – On June 14, 2017, a Clinton County jury found Justin Ray Webb, 38, of Holt, Missouri, guilty of murder in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree. Webb will be sentenced on August 8, 2017, by the Honorable Brent Elliott, and faces a range of 10 to 30 years, or life imprisonment, for second degree murder, and up to 7 years in prison for the endangering count.  Read more...

AG Hawley Announces Corinthian College Students Eligible for Federal Student Loan Cancellation


Jefferson City, Mo. (June 8, 2017) – Attorney General Josh Hawley, along with the Attorneys General of at least 42 other states and the District of Columbia, is reaching out to notify thousands of Missouri residents who attended schools operated by Corinthian Colleges, Inc. – including Everest Institute, Everest College, Everest University, Heald College, and Wyotech – that they are eligible for cancellation of their federal student loans used to attend those schools. If a student’s federal loan is cancelled, the student will make no more payments on the loan, and any payments already made will be refunded. Read more...