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  • Welcome!

    Welcome to the official website for the Kansas attorney general’s office.  We work hard every day to serve Kansas, and I hope you will find this information helpful.

    Thank you for the privilege of serving as our state’s 44th attorney general!

    Best wishes,
    Derek


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  • Human trafficking awareness training approved for CDL holders

    Starting July 1, all new CDL applicants will be required to complete the training before receiving their license. Current CDL holders must complete the training before the next regular renewal of their licenses through the Kansas Department of Revenue (KDOR). KDOR will include information about the new requirement in postcard renewal notices that are routinely sent to current CDL holders when their licenses are due for renewal.


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  • AG Derek Schmidt: Consumer Protection Division recovers record $61 million in 2017

    The attorney general’s Consumer Protection Division recovered a record $61 million for consumers and taxpayers last year, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced.

    In its annual report filed today with the governor and legislature, Schmidt’s office reported nearly $61.9 million in savings and recoveries to Kansas consumers and the state treasury in calendar year 2017. During Schmidt’s administration, the division has recovered a total of more than $208 million, by far the most in state history.


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  • AG Derek Schmidt reminds Kansans of May 31 deadline to claim Western Union refunds

    The deadline is approaching to file for a refund of money sent by wire transfer to scammers.

    Consumers who used Western Union to transmit money to scammers are eligible to file for refunds from Western Union. The deadline for filing those claims is May 31. To be eligible for a refund, fraud must have been involved in the transaction, and the wire transfer must have occurred between January 1, 2004, and January 19, 2017.


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