Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson on Tuesday announced lawsuits against the Minnesota School of Business and Globe University, charging that the for-profit institutions were duping students into enrolling in programs that wouldn't help them, The Star-Tribune reported. Many of the students Swanson references were enrolling in law enforcement training positions, apparently unaware that the programs would not qualify them for such work in Minnesota. School officials strongly denied the charges.
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