• Drug take-back day scheduled for September 27

    Law enforcement officers across the state will be collecting unused leftover medications for safe disposal on Saturday, September 27, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today. 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 28 tons of unwanted medications in Kansas alone.
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  • AG Schmidt: 2014 Medicaid fraud recoveries top $28 million

    The Kansas attorney general’s office recovered more than $28 million in taxpayer funds through its Medicaid fraud enforcement during the recently ended state fiscal year, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
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  • Consumer Corner: Telephone imposters look to get into your wallet

    When your telephone rings, you expect the person on the other end of the line to tell you who they are and why they are calling you. But scammers are coming up with more elaborate ways of fooling you into thinking they are someone else.
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  • AG Schmidt: More than 14,000 concealed carry applications in 2014 fiscal year

    The attorney general’s office received more than 14,000 applications for concealed carry licenses in the recently ended 2014 fiscal year, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.
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  • AG Schmidt sues medical-alert device companies for violating No Call Act

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has sued a group of Utah-based medical device companies for violating the Kansas Do Not Call Act.
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  • Consumer Alert: Meat salesmen banned from Kansas spotted back in the state

    Two meat salesmen who have been banned from doing business in Kansas have once again been spotted in the state, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
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  • AG Schmidt: Pavers banned from Kansas

    Lawrence, Topeka consumers to receive refunds

    A door-to-door paving operation has been banned from doing business in the State of Kansas and ordered to refund three Northeast Kansas consumers, Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
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  • AG Schmidt releases proposed open-carry signage

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt released his proposal for signage that may be used to restrict the carrying of firearms – open, concealed or both – into buildings, in compliance with a new law passed by the Kansas Legislature earlier this year.

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Welcome to the Kansas Attorney General’s online office.

We work hard to promote public safety, protect consumers and taxpayers, and provide quality legal services to our state and its agencies. On this website, you can find information about the other services we provide, such as concealed carry licenses and crime victims services. You can file a complaint, check out the list of Kansas’ most wanted criminals, or search the offender registry. You also can follow the latest news from the office.

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