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Brown files another lawsuit, this time against Midas in Dublin

Original post made on Jul 1, 2009

State Attorney General Jerry Brown, who last month joined in a lawsuit to overturn Pleasanton's housing cap, filed a lawsuit in Alameda County Superior Court yesterday against the Midas auto shop in Dublin and 21 other Midas service centers for allegedly using a "massive bait and switch scam" to lure customers.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 5:29 AM

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Posted by SteveP
a resident of Parkside
on Jul 1, 2009 at 8:24 am

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This is what an A.G. is supposed to be doing with his time, not pushing frivolous suits against the city of Pleasanton regarding our building cap.
Probably just a temporary lucid moment for Moonbeam.....now, back to ghetto-izing Pleasanton.


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Posted by Kate Mazmanian
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jul 1, 2009 at 10:32 am

This article serves to show how yet another Brown false stage is being set & lit! Nut-job Brown claims he's... " standing up for the consumer - the little hard working guy...!" a blatent first act for a Brown agenda. The second act, with subsequent pounding of his chest, IS set in this very article; READ IT AGAIN - how it is YOU, Pleasanton CITY with it's PEOPLES commendable planned growth THAT IS TRULY AT FAULT! if PLEASANTON WOULD CRAM ENDLESS BOXES (i.e. houses) ON EVERY AVAILABLE INCH, it would EASE THE COMMUTE,reduce POLLUTION, & SCUM LIKE MIDAS WOULDN'T HAVE RIPPED OFF SO VERY MANY COMMUTERS! Your utter slimeball AG says YOU, PLEASANTON, are the root of Midas greed! YOU, PLEASANTON with your " Draconian" housing caps."


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Posted by tim
a resident of another community
on Jul 2, 2009 at 10:23 am

just a pr stunt from governor moonbeam--how do you protect consumers by carrying on a four year investigation--and allegedly allow the abuse to go on that long--another governmental agency that does not do anything the bureau of auto repair


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