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SC Attorney General joins coalition to ban sanctuary cities

Friday, September 22, 2017
COLUMBIA, SC (FOX Carolina) - On Wednesday the South Carolina Attorney General's Office announced that Alan Wilson has joined seven other states seeking to ban sanctuary cities. “I swore an oath to uphold the law when I took office and sanctuary cities scoff at the rule of law,” Wilson said.
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SC Attorney General Wilson asks Equifax to disable fee-based monitoring, reimburse fees after breach

Monday, September 18, 2017
(COLUMBIA, SC) –South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined a bipartisan group of attorneys general from 33 other states and the District of Columbia in urging credit reporting firm Equifax to stop pushing its own fee-based credit monitoring service after the massive data breach affecting 143 million people. In a letter to the company, they’re asking Equifax to disable links for enrollment in its fee-based monitoring. They’re also asking Equifax to reimburse consumers who incur fees to freeze their credit.   The states launched an investigation as soon as Equifax publicly disclosed the breach September 7th.   "We believe continuing to offer consumers a fee-based service in addition to Equifax's free monitoring services will serve to only confuse consumers who are already struggling to make decisions on how to best protect themselves in the wake of this massive breach," the attorneys general wrote. "Selling a fee-based product that competes with Equifax's own free...
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