Longtime Attorney General Darrell McGraw was a fierce enforcer of state consumer protection laws, winning billions from firms and fly-by-night outfits that committed consumer violations.

For West Virginia illness and death caused by cigarettes, McGraw won two lawsuit settlements from 23 tobacco firms for \$1.7 billion and \$200 million. In 2002, McGraw won $56 million from 15 coal companies that used "independent contractors" to duck state workers' compensation obligations.

A company who has violated state consumer protection laws in West Virginia would likely have which of the following opinions of Mr. McGraw?

Negative

Explanation

This paragraph states the the Attorney General was a fierce enforcer of state consumer protection laws and cites lawsuit settlements that he won against companies that tried to avoid or break those laws. A company who has violated state consumer protection laws in West Virginia would likely have a negative optinion of Mr. McGraw.

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