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Topic - Bob Ferguson
The Legislature doesn't need legal sanctions to comply with a 2012 court mandate to obey orders from the Washington Supreme Court to fully pay for basic education, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said.
Dish Network Corp. will reimburse Washington state customers about $2 million for a surcharge officials called deceptive, but the satellite TV provider denied wrongdoing in the agreement announced Tuesday by the state attorney general's office.
Criminal charges have been filed against the owners of two derelict vessels that recently sank and leaked hundreds of gallons of fuel into Puget Sound, Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Wednesday.
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson and the ACLU are bringing suit against a woman who sells flowers for a living ("Wash. state attorney general sues florist for refusing to supply flowers to a same-sex wedding," Web, April 11). For years, she has sold flowers to two men who happen to be homosexual. The men asked her to do the floral arrangements for their upcoming same-sex union, but she declined, stating that her conscience, morals and religious beliefs did not allow her to participate actively in such an event.
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a suit against a florist who refused to serve as the flower supplier for a same-sex wedding.
Washington has joined more than a dozen states defending same-sex marriage in a pair of landmark cases to be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court next month.
In Thursday's filing to the Supreme Court, Ferguson said the state shares the Supreme Court's goal of fully funding education and that Ahearn's arguments "to the contrary are unfounded and unproductive.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - The Legislature doesn't need legal sanctions to comply with a 2012 court mandate to obey orders from the Washington Supreme Court to fully pay for basic education, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said.