Story here. A spokeswoman for the attorney general said the extension "will provide enough time for attorneys to finish their investigation."
Recall what the trial court judge had to say about the AG's "investigation":
"He points out that the AG was 'made aware of the proposed sale' in June, at which point it 'commenced a detailed and thorough review': it 'requested and reviewed numerous documents, conducted over 20 informal interviews, met with Museum officials in Pittsfield, had no fewer than 20 conference calls with Museum counsel and fielded more than 400 contacts by individuals interested in the transaction.' In September, when the November sale was announced, the AG 'took no steps to intervene or even express dissatisfaction.' It wasn't until Oct. 30, two days before the court hearing, that the AG got involved, and even then did not 'assert the the Museum breached its fiduciary duties, only that it has "concerns" and needs more time to complete its investigation.' 'Putting aside the issue of why four months was insufficient to complete this inquiry,' the Court continued, the AG failed to specify 'what information is necessary to complete its review, what attempts it has made to obtain such information, and when it will be in a position to offer its opinion.'"