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2009 Sign On Letters

Free Credit Report Rules
NAAG sends December 7, 2009 comments signed by 43 Attorneys General to the Federal Trade Commission over amendments to the Rule to Prevent Deceptive Marketing of Credit Reports and to Ensure Access to Free Annual File Disclosures.
December 8, 2009

State Enforcement of Consumer Financial Protection Agency Rules
NAAG sends a Nov. 4, 2009 letter to Congress urging members to uphold the role of the states in enforcing consumer protection laws should the Congress create a Consumer Financial Protection Agency.
November 4, 2009

FTC Debt Relief Comments
NAAG submitted Oct. 23, 2009 comments signed by 41 Attorneys General to the Federal Trade Commission regarding its Telemarketing Sales Rule 16 C.F.R. Part 310, to address the sale of debt relief services.
October 28, 2009

Discount Pricing Consumer Protection Act (S. 148)
NAAG sends an Oct. 27, 2009 letter to U.S. Senate and House members in support of “The Discount Consumer Protection Act of 2009” (S. 148)
October 28, 2009

Discount Pricing Consumer Protection Act (H.R. 3190)
NAAG sends an Oct. 27, 2009 letter to U.S. Senate and House members in support of “The Discount Consumer Protection Act of 2009” (H.R. 3190)
October 28, 2009

Victims of Crime Act
NAAG sends a Sept. 23, 2009 letter to U.S. Senate and House members in support of the Crime Victims Fund Preservation Act.
September 23, 2009

"Informed P2P User Act" (H.R. 1319)
NAAG sends an August 25, 2009 letter to U.S. House members in support of the "Informed P2P User Act" (H.R. 1319)
September 4, 2009

FTC Used Car Rule, June 15, 2009
NAAG sends a June 15 comment letter signed by 42 Attorneys General to the Federal Trade Commission urging the agency to amend the Used Car Rule to require dealers to disclose vitally important used vehicle history information on vehicle Buyer's Guides.
June 15, 2009

NAAG Letter Requests a Re-examination of the OCC's Legal Position of Preemption
Fifty-one Attorneys General submitted a Feb. 25, 2009 letter to President Obama urging him to reconsider the United States? legal position regarding the Office of the Comptroller of Currency?s (OCC) current interpretation of its authority under the National Bank Act. The OCC seeks to bar State Attorneys General from enforcing consumer protection laws against federally chartered banks, regardless of whether those laws are substantively preempted. The United States Supreme Court agreed to review this issue in Andrew M. Cuomo, Attorney General of New York v. The Clearing House Association, L.L.C in April.
February 25, 2009

Byrne JAG Funding Letter
NAAG sent a letter signed by 51 Attorneys General, calling on Congress to restore federal funding for the Byrne JAG program.
February 4, 2009

Letter of Support for Eric Holder as U.S. Attorney General
Attorneys General sign letter of support.
January 15, 2009

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