news.yahoo.com -- Connecticut's attorney general on Monday issued a subpoena to Craigslist, asking the site to turn over evidence that it is fulfilling its promise to get rid of ads for prostitution and other illegal activity, as well as data on what it earns from adult ads. Craigslist dismissed the subpoena as an unnecessary political maneuver.
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