Still has money left over.
State settled with five major lenders.
People paid $10 an hour to sign thousands of documents per day, Missouri AG alleges.
Second time Martin has changed course this election cycle.
Calls expansion to cover cel phones his top priority for 2012
Chris Koster joins 43 other state attorneys general in asking for 15.8 million dollars.
Koster says the email looks like an email from a legitimate internet ticket selling business, StubHub.
Online advice includes shredding documents, locking away SS card.
“With jobs at stake and the ecology of our waters at risk, this national coalition will make our message loud and clear: It is time to shut down the invasive species highway.”
In his most recent campaign finance report, Koster reported that he had $1.1 million in his bank account through the end of June.
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