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Albuquerque, NM - Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the New Mexico Court of Appeals issued an Opinion stating that New Mexico was not bound by the agreements ITT Technical Institute entered into with its students and that there is an important public policy in allowing the Attorney General to bring lawsuits against companies that violate the Unfair Practices Act (UPA). The Court of Appeals said: "[t]he UPA represents New Mexico's public policy in favor of preventing consumer harm and resolving consumer claims."  The court also confirmed the Attorney General's "broad authority to enforce the provisions of the UPA includes the right to bring actions in [the State's] name, alleging violations of the UPA, if such 'proceedings would be in the public interest [.]'"

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