Rankings

Michigan Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Jennifer M. Granholm
Attorney General of Michigan
Law Building
525 West Ottawa, P.O Box 30212
Lansing, MI 48913


Dear Attorney General Granholm:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Michigan finished tied for 38th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Michigan Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Jennifer M. Granholm
Attorney General of Michigan
Law Building
525 West Ottawa, P.O Box 30212
Lansing, MI 48913


Dear Attorney General Granholm:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Michigan finished tied for 38th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Massachusetts Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Tom Reilly
Attorney General of Massachusetts
One Ashburton Place - 20th Floor
Boston, MA 02108


Dear Attorney General Reilly:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Massachusetts finished tied for 21st out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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Maryland Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable J. Joseph Curran, Jr.
Attorney General of Maryland
200 Saint Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202


Dear Attorney General Curran:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Maryland finished 16th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Maine Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Steven Rowe
Attorney General of Maine
6 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333


Dear Attorney General Rowe:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Maine finished 11th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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Louisiana Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Richard P. Ieyoub
Attorney General of Louisiana
Department of Justice
P.O. Box 94005
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9005


Dear Attorney General Ieyoub:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Louisiana finished tied for 31st out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Kentucky Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable A.B. Chandler III
Attorney General of Kentucky
700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 118
Frankfort, KY 40601


Dear Attorney General Chandler:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Kentucky has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished tied for 45th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Kansas Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Carla J. Stovall
Attorney General of Kansas
Judicial Center - 2nd Fl.
Topeka, KS 66612


Dear Attorney General Stovall:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Kansas finished 36th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Iowa Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Tom Miller
Attorney General of Iowa
1305 E. Walnut Street
Des Moines, IA 50319


Dear Attorney General Miller:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Iowa finished 23rd out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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Indiana Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Steve Carter
Office of Indiana Attorney General
Indiana Government Center South, 5th Floor
302 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Dear Attorney General Carter:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Indiana finished 37th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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