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The Patrick-Murray Administration and the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation are excited to launch Consumer Connections. Through this forum, we will discuss consumer issues and offer insight and information into consumer-related subjects like identity theft, financial literacy, foreclosure prevention and housing, and auto insurance.
The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation includes six agencies that focus on our goals of creating better businesses and smarter consumers. You can find out more about what we do, and find some great consumer tips, here.
We also know that smart consumers have great knowledge and tips on handling common issues and problems. If you have a hint or advice to share with us, don’t be shy, leave us a comment.

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