Attorney General Chris Koster’s office says Ferguson has now complied with state law
Despite efforts to end their intrusions, telemarketers are still at it, and now Missouri is suing three companies for allegedly violating the state’s telemarketing and No Call laws.
The U.S. Department of Justice has released the findings of its investigation into Ferguson government, including the police department, confirming a pattern of racial discrimination.
Ferguson City Attorney Stephanie Karr and Mayor James Knowles III said they have not been contacted by the Department of Justice about any findings, nor given a timeline for completion of the investigations.
According to CNN, the issue at stake is “a pattern of racially discriminatory tactics used by officers within the Ferguson Police Department.”
Speaking Tuesday at the National Press Club, Holder said in response to a question that the reviews were underway and that he expected to “make those calls before I leave office.”
A new infrared video of the burning Bridgeton landfill raises doubts about claims by the landfill owner that the underground fire is “under control.”
State Auditor Tom Schweich now wants the top job in Missouri.
“His legacy will be that he set the bar for future attorney generals as far as how you stand up for average Americans and pursue justice for the man so that the law is one law,” Congressman Lacy Clay says of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
A-G’s office says auction house owes 40 customers $83,000 so far.