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Topic - Lisa Madigan
Nine Illinois residents are facing charges of collecting thousands of dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says her public access bureau handled more than 3,400 new issues involving open records and meetings in 2013.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has announced her office collected nearly $1 billion in revenue last year.
While many Illinois counties are waiting until the state's new same-sex marriage becomes law in June and others are waiting for legal advice, the list of counties that will start issuing the licenses immediately is growing.
The attorney general in Illinois announced that clerks around the state can start immediately issuing licenses for gay couples to marry, despite a law that says the ceremonies shouldn't go forth until June.
County clerks around Illinois say they won't start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples immediately as Attorney General Lisa Madigan said this week they have the right to do.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Tuesday told an Illinois county clerk that he and others around the state have the right to immediately issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The Illinois attorney general's office is suing a company for allegedly allowing petroleum coke to wash into the Calumet River on Chicago's southeast side.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and state Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie have worked together on new legislation regarding petroleum coke.
The number of identity theft complaints received by the Illinois attorney general's office climbed 18 percent last year, Attorney General Lisa Madigan said Tuesday.
The Illinois Attorney General told members of Congress that federal lawmakers need to take steps to better protect people's personal information.
Secure heavy televisions to prevent tip-overs that could injure a small child is the message from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Saturday, which is National TV Safety Day.
A court ordered a northern Illinois landfill where strong-smelling gases leaked and blew to a nearby school to take steps to ensure similar leaks don't happen again, the state attorney general's office announced Friday.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has appointed a new solicitor general in her office.
A new poll shows that Congress is less popular than root canals and colonoscopies, but more popular than the Ebola virus, meth labs and gonorrhea.
She says prosecuting these cases maintains resources for those who need it most.
Madigan says the defendants received unemployment benefits while collecting a paycheck.