Attorneys General from 36 states, including Minnesota and Washington, D.C. are filing an antitrust lawsuit against Google.  The lawsuit focuses on the Google Play Store’s policy of charging app developers a 30 percent commission on digital content or subscription purchases.  They say Google forced potential competition out of Android app distribution through exclusionary contracts, tech barriers and “misleading” security warnings.  The tech giant called the case “strange” in a blog post Wednesday, adding its app system provides “more openness and choice than others.”