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Lisa Madigan

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  • Debt, ID theft top list of consumer complaints in Illinois

    Debt, ID theft top list of consumer complaints in Illinois
    Consumer complaints about debt again topped the list of concerns for Illinoisans last year. But identity theft, including rampant data breaches in recent years, was the No. 2 complaint and is garnering more attention, according to Illinois Attorney...
  • State Sen. Dan Duffy calls for ComEd investigation

     State Sen. Dan Duffy calls for ComEd investigation
    State Sen. Dan Duffy has asked Attorney General Lisa Madigan and the Illinois Commerce Commission to investigate ComEd's use of ratepayer funds for charitable contributions. Duffy cited a story in the Sunday Chicago Tribune that detailed how ComEd, the...
  • Rosemont pays Garth Brooks $1 million to open tour at Allstate Arena

     Rosemont pays Garth Brooks $1 million to open tour at Allstate Arena
    Rosemont paid country superstar Garth Brooks more than $1 million to launch his comeback tour last year at Allstate Arena, records show, but officials say the village made twice that much. According to an agreement between the municipality and the...
  • Rauner tries end run on union fees

    Rauner tries end run on union fees
    Intent on forcing a court fight, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday pulled an end run around his hand-picked comptroller and Democratic Attorney General Lisa Madigan in his battle against government worker unions. Aides said the governor will...
  • On records request, Illinois attorney general plays 2 roles

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Upon taking office last month, Illinois Treasurer Mike Frerichs sought Attorney General Lisa Madigan's advice on his campaign promise to publicize a taxpayer-funded investigation into sexual harassment allegations against...
  • Illinois to get $52.5 million from $1.4 billion S&P settlement

    Illinois to get $52.5 million from $1.4 billion S&P settlement
    Standard & Poor's Rating Services' tab is $1.38 billion — including $52.5 million for Illinois — to resolve long-standing allegations by federal and state authorities that the firm misled investors in the run-up to 2008's financial collapse....
  • Rosemont violated law by withholding Garth Brooks documents

    Rosemont violated law by withholding Garth Brooks documents
    The village of Rosemont violated state open-records law when it refused to turn over financial documents related to country superstar Garth Brooks' record-breaking concert stand at the Allstate Arena, according to the Illinois attorney general's office....
  • Lisa Madigan blocks settlement between Illinois Lottery, Northstar

     Lisa Madigan blocks settlement between Illinois Lottery, Northstar
    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has scuttled the deal to sever ties with the company hired to manage the Illinois Lottery, which former Gov. Pat Quinn fired last summer after years of underwhelming financial performance. In a letter to the...
  • Madigan, White take the oath after Rauner

    Madigan, White take the oath after Rauner
    While most of the hype surrounded Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's inauguration Monday, five other Illinois statewide elected officials also took the oath. The swearing-in was routine for Attorney General Lisa Madigan, who has now held the office longer...
  • Chicago Tribune corrections and clarifications for Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015

    •A Page 1 news brief Tuesday incorrectly referred to Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White as lawmakers. They are statewide elected officials. •In an obituary Tuesday on Burton Ruby, one of his...
  • State's lawyers argue pension protection not 'absolute'

    State's lawyers argue pension protection not 'absolute'
    Attorneys for state government are asking the Illinois Supreme Court to reinstate a controversial law curbing public employee pensions, contending that constitutional protections of retirement benefits are not absolute. The arguments by Illinois...