Monthly Archives September 2010

Bullock: Over a Ton of Prescription Drugs Cleaned Out in Two ‘Operation Medicine Cabinet’ Events

HELENA – A statewide prescription drug drop-off day held September 25 netted 1,240 pounds of expired or unused drugs, Attorney General Steve Bullock announced Thursday. Montana’s second Operation Medicine Cabinet coincided with the first ever national take-back event, which was coordinated by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

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Great Falls Driver Exam Station Temporarily Moves to Fairgrounds

HELENA – Motor Vehicle Division Administrator Brenda Nordlund said Friday that the Great Falls driver exam station will be closed September 30 and October 1 to temporarily relocate the office to the Fine Arts Building at the Montana State Fairgrounds.

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Federal Trade Commissioner and National Author to Speak in Missoula October 13

Bullock’s Office of Consumer Protection hosting conference: “What does Wall Street Reform mean for Main Street Montana”

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock on Thursday encouraged anyone with an interest in Montana’s economy and consumer protection issues to register for a conference to be held in Missoula next month. The conference will provide an in depth look at what changes in the financial sector at the national level will mean for Montanans.

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Montana to Take Part in First-Ever Nationwide Prescription Drug Drop-off Day, Sept. 25

Bullock: Montana’s 2nd ‘Operation Medicine Cabinet’ Coincides with National DEA Event

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock has joined forces with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to encourage Montanans to clean out their medicine cabinets of old and unused prescription medications this fall.

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Bullock Unveils

Attorney General Introduces Statewide Prescription Drug Abuse Ad Campaign, New Website at Event in Billings

BILLINGS – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock unveiled a new, statewide ad campaign and website on Tuesday at St. Vincent Health Care in Billings.

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Bullock: New Federal Gift Card Rules Bolster Montana’s Already Strong Laws

HELENA – As new federal rules designed to protect consumers go in to affect, Attorney General Steve Bullock on Thursday outlined what the new regulations mean for shoppers in Montana.

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CONSUMER ALERT: Office of Consumer Protection Warns of High-Pressure Door-to-Door Sales in Communities Across Montana

HELENA – Recent reports of high-pressure door-to-door salespeople in Helena and other communities have prompted the Montana Office of Consumer Protection to remind consumers of their rights under Montana law and tips to safeguard themselves from buying something they don’t want or need.

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