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Nixon donates 91 'Hannah Montana' tickets
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon has donated 91 tickets to a "Hannah Montana" concert to four charities after resolving claims that two ticket brokers sold tickets above face value.
Nixon announced Wednesday that his office had resolved its legal issues with a pair of ticket brokers, Ticket Solutions of Overland Park and RazorGator of Los Angeles.
Nixon claimed the ticket brokers violated state and local consumer protection laws by selling tickets with face values of $26 to $56 for several hundred dollars. He also said the brokers claimed to have tickets for specific seats when they did not.
Tickets for the Dec. 3 performance by 14-year-old Miley Cyrus, star of the Disney Channel show, sold out almost immediately.