National Association of Attorneys General
2018 Sign-On Archive
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.
Pass Federal Legislation to Hold Irresponsible Drug Manufacturers Accountable
NAAG sent a letter to U.S. Senate committee leadership calling on them to quickly pass legislation (S.2456 and S.2440) that would increase penalties on opioid manufacturers that fail to report suspicious transactions and maintain effective controls against diversion of their drugs to the illicit market.
May 21, 2018
Congress Should Adequately Fund Legal Services Corporation (Senate Letter)
NAAG is calling on Congress to provide robust funding for the Legal Services Corporation which provides financial support for civil legal aid to low-income Americans.The same letter was sent to the House Appropriations Committee leadership.
May 14, 2018
Congress Should Adequately Fund Legal Services Corporation (House Letter)
NAAG is calling on Congress to provide robust funding for the Legal Services Corporation which provides financial support for civil legal aid to low-income Americans.
May 14, 2018
AGs Endorse Federal Bill to Combat Abuse and Neglect of Medicaid Patients
NAAG is endorsing federal legislation (H.R. 3891) that would improve states' ability, through the AG Office's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, to combat abuse and neglect of Medicaid patients.
March 28, 2018
U.S. House Should Pass Child Pornography Victim Bill
Fifty-five state and territory attorneys general sent a NAAG letter to U.S. House leadership urging them to pass a bill now that would make it easier for victims of child pornography to receive timely and meaningful restitution.
March 6, 2018
AGs to Congress: Help Protect Employees from Sexual Harassment
All 56 members of the National Association of Attorneys General called on Congress to pass federal legislation that would end secret, forced arbitration in cases of workplace sexual harassment.
February 12, 2018