RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Attorney General Mark Herring says Virginia will receive $15,000 from a multistate settlement with Sirius XM Radio Inc. Herring said Thursday that the money will be used to support consumer protection efforts. Herring says in a news release that Sirius XM agreed to pay a total $3.8 million to 45 states and the District of Columbia. Under the settlement, the company also must pay restitution to eligible consumers. The settlement resolves complaints that Sirius XM engaged in misleading advertising, billing and cancellation practices. To be eligible for restitution, customers must file a complaint by May 3, 2015 with Sirius XM or the with the Attorney General’s Office. The Attorney General’s Office will forward complaints to the satellite radio company.