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Watch: State attorneys general announce multi-state antitrust investigation against Google

A group of state attorneys general are expected to announce an antitrust investigation into Google Monday afternoon. The investigation will kick off with a press conference led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

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Over 30 state attorneys general are involved in the effort led by Texas, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC.

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More than 30 states are looking at a Google antitrust probe

Key Points
  • State attorneys general are setting their sights on Google for an antitrust probe, The Washington Post first reported Tuesday.
  • More than half of the state attorneys general in the U.S. are involved in the effort, a person familiar with the matter confirmed to CNBC.
  • The investigation is set to be announced Sept. 9, the person said.