Attorney General Morrisey’s Consumer Unit Fields More Than 850 Coronavirus Inquiries

 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office is continuing its efforts to protect consumers during the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline has received more than 850 inquiries on specific consumer issues related to COVID-19 since . . .

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