• Drug take-back day scheduled for April 26

    Law enforcement officers across the state will be collecting unused medications for safe disposal on Saturday, April 26, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.

    The collection events are part of a nationwide effort to safely dispose of leftover medications to prevent accidental or intentional misuse. Since the program began in 2010, the semi-annual event has collected more than 22 tons of medications in Kansas alone.

    Find a drop-off location near you.
  • AG Schmidt: Another record year for consumer protection

    For the second straight year, the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division has returned a record amount of money to Kansas consumers and taxpayers, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.

    In its annual report filed today with the governor and Kansas Legislature, Schmidt’s office reported $49.6 million in savings and recoveries to Kansas consumers and the state treasury in 2013.
  • Consumer Corner: “One ring” scam hits phone bills with unwanted charges

    That missed-call alert on your cell phone may be from a scammer trying to ding your wallet.
  • Schmidt praises Legislature for strengthening Medicaid anti-fraud law

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt praised the Legislature for unanimously approving legislation to strengthen the Medicaid Fraud Control Act.
  • AG Schmidt: 700 roofers registered, check the directory before having work done

    As the spring storm season approaches, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today reminded Kansans to make sure roofers are complying with a new Kansas law requiring them to register with the Attorney General’s Office.

    Roofers, click here to register now.
    Consumers, click here to see if your roofer is registered.
  • AG Schmidt: Kansas consumers to receive $1.4 million from e-book settlement

    Kansas consumers are expected to receive more than $1.4 million from legal settlements with e-book publishers, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.
  • AG Schmidt praises legislature for adding cellphones to No-Call Act

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today commended the Legislature on passage of Senate Bill 308, which extends the Kansas No-Call Act to protect consumers’ cellphones from unwanted telemarketing calls.
  • AG Schmidt to Federal Court: Kansas properly opted out of ‘Obamacare’ employer mandate

    Businesses in states that opted out of setting up a state insurance exchange should not be subject to the so-called “employer mandate,” Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt told a federal appeals court yesterday.


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