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A. The attorney general shall publish annually a written report recommending legislative or other action to carry out the purposes of this article. This report shall contain, for the preceding fiscal year, the following information:
1. The number of complaints initiated by the attorney general.
2. The number of complaints filed with the attorney general by aggrieved persons.
3. The number of complaints dismissed by the attorney general.
4. The number of complaints that resulted in conciliation agreements.
5. The number of complaints for which the attorney general found reasonable cause that a discriminatory housing practice occurred or was about to occur.
6. The number of civil actions filed by the attorney general pursuant to section 41-1491.34.
7. A description of the results of the regulatory sandbox program established pursuant to chapter 55 of this title.
B. The report shall include a description of the relief awarded in civil actions and, without attribution, benefits to complainants agreed to in conciliation agreements. The report shall also include the number of instances in the preceding fiscal year, and the reasons therefor, but without attribution to parties, the number of investigations that were not completed within the time periods provided by section 41-1491.24, subsection B or a determination made pursuant to section 41-1491.29, subsection B.
C. The attorney general may make studies relating to the nature and extent of discriminatory housing practices in this state.