Attorney General unveils new, improved Web site

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that his office has unveiled a beta version of its new Web site at www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov.

“This new Web site will better inform the people of Colorado about what we do at the Office of the Attorney General,” Suthers said. “This Web site is a vast improvement over the old site, allowing users access to more information. We look forward to using our new Web site to better serve and inform our constituents, the people of Colorado.”

The Office of the Attorney General’s old Web site will still be accessible online for several months as staff works on the new Web site and members of the people offer feedback on the agency’s new online location. The Web site will improve how the office Consumer Protection Section collect complaints and make it easier for Coloradans to access the agency’s “Consumer Resource Guide,” a substantial resource loaded with information on fraud prevention and other areas of general interest.

The Office of the Attorney General contracted with Fort Collins-based FRII to create www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov.

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