Monthly Archives June 2010

Bullock Releases Annual Report on Charitable Purposes of Montana’s Hospitals

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock today released the third annual report on the charitable performance of Montana’s nonprofit hospitals. The report examines the 11 largest hospitals in the state and, for the first time this year, 11 smaller, critical access facilities.

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Bullock on Proposed USDA Antitrust Rules: Somebody in Washington is Listening

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock released a statement today in response to the publication of proposed rules by the United States Department of Agriculture to increase fairness and prevent fraudulent or retaliatory practices in the meatpacking industry.

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Bullock Warns of Asphalt Paving Scams

HELENA – On the first official day of summer, Attorney General Steve Bullock warned consumers to be wary of door-to-door salespeople offering to repair their driveways. Each year, when the weather gets nice, the Office of Consumer Protection fields dozens of calls and complaints about shoddy asphalt and seal-coating work.

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Bullock: Over 1300 Pounds of Prescription Drugs Cleaned Out in ‘Operation Medicine Cabinet’

HELENA – The first statewide prescription drug drop-off day held June 5 netted 1,312 pounds of old and unused drugs, Attorney General Steve Bullock announced Wednesday.

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Attorney General Bullock Joins Brief Supporting Families of Fallen Soldiers in Case Against “Funeral Protesters”

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock joined the Attorneys General from 47 other states and the District of Columbia in signing on to a friend-of-the-court brief filed yesterday in support of the case brought by Marine Lance Corporal Matthew Snyder’s family against the Phelps family and the Topeka, Kansas, based Westboro Baptist Church.

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