Anti-tax activist Tim Eyman will now have many of his assets sold by a court-appointed trustee after defaulting on his monthly bankruptcy payments.
According to the Seattle Times, Eyman is required to make monthly payments of $10,000 to pay off fines and fees associated with his conviction earlier this year for "numerous and blatant violations" of campaign finance laws
A resolution has been reached in the lawsuit filed by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson against "Brown Paper Tickets".
The Seattle-based ticketing company must fully refund all consumers who bought tickets to the estimated 45,000 events that were canceled last year because of COVID-19 … and pay all money it owes to organizers of those events.
Washington State Attorney General has announced a sweep of companies that sell vaping products online…and that seven, including one based in Spokane, sold those products to minors…amassing $132,000 in fines.
AG Bob Ferguson notes the sting caught those businesses violating numerous state laws.