Filed under “strange bedfellows”: Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, a Democrat who is expected to run for governor next year, is helping. Attorney General Chris Koster recently announced the state of Missouri's participation in a joint multi-state, multi-national law-enforcement. JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is hoping to ascend to the state's top executive office as a Democrat, even though.
The following retailers are being sued for continuing to sell suspect products in violation of the Stop-Sale order:. Koster's lawsuits seek to permanently ban the retailers from selling these products in the future, and restitution for consumers who purchased the products after the Stop-Sale Order and for any resulting harm to the consumers' cars.
The lawsuits also seek civil penalties and the payment of costs associated with the investigation and prosecution of the cases. The Missouri Department of Agriculture's Division of Weights and Measures maintains a consumer alert listing of the products included in the Stop-Sale orders online at: By law, products included on this list cannot be sold in the state of Missouri.
Recent additional inspections have found products included in the alert on shelves of five Kansas City-area stores and six additional St. Those stores have been issued Stop-Sale orders for the listed products. Consumers who purchased any products covered by the state's Stop-Sale order should contact the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division hotline at or file a complaint online. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
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Headlines sent to your inbox. Edit Article Add New Article. Stop watching this discussion. They can have equal access. Koster did not make a stop in St. Kevin Castle said the Police Department has been encouraged to enforce accessible parking laws. Local law enforcement is responsible for issuing tickets to violators in private and public lots, but police lack the manpower to enforce many parking regulations. But when there is less going on, we expect them to do traffic enforcement. When specific issues are reported, Mr.
Castle said officers do respond. But these complaints are rare. Some consumers have the opposite concern. Koster chose to raise awareness about illegally parking in these spots after a discussion at a disability advocacy roundtable. People can apply for up to five temporary or permanent handicapped tags each year. Tags should only be used when the person with a disability is in the car or is being picked up. To see if you qualify, visit http: You have read your 5 stories for this month.
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI)-Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and St. Louis County Police cracked down on drivers parking illegally. LOUIS (AP) - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says new reports Citywide crackdown on illegal dumping is paying off, Krewson says. Crackdown dev to address GDC Realtime Worlds boss David Jones and MMO veteran developer Raph Koster have both been confirmed as speakers for the.