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Policy

NAAG Sign On Letters and Comments

Sign on letters or comments are policy-oriented documents sent to members of Congress, congressional committees or federal agencies expressing the viewpoint of the attorneys general signatories. If a document reaches 36 attorneys general signatures, it becomes NAAG policy. Only NAAG sign on letters and NAAG comments are posted to the NAAG website.

NAAG Resolutions

Resolutions are an expression of a policy position. Resolutions are considered during the business session of a NAAG Annual Meeting and voted upon by the full membership. In order for a resolution to become NAAG policy, 36 attorneys general must vote for it. According to the NAAG Constitution and Bylaws, all resolutions of the Association shall automatically sunset, unless re-adopted, four years from the date of enactment.

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Douglas S. Chin, Hawaii Attorney General

Douglas S. Chin is the attorney general of Hawaii.