Resolutions, Policy Statements and Sign-On Letters
Sign-On letters are policy-oriented letters that are sent to members of Congress or Congressional committees expressing the viewpoint of the signatories.
Letters that have completed the Sign-On process are archived here.
Click the link to view finalized letters.
- >> UPDATE: E-CIGARETTE LETTER Another attorney general signed on to the e-cigarette letter to the FDA, for a total of 41. The letter with all the signatures can be found here. October 23, 2013
- >> FDA SHOULD REGULATE SALES AND ADVERTISING OF E-CIGARETTES NAAG sent a letter to the FDA today, urging the agency to immediately regulate electronic cigarettes as ‘tobacco products’ so companies do not continue to sell or advertise to kids. September 24, 2013
- >> AMEND FEDERAL LAW TO FIGHT CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING Forty-nine attorneys general sign a NAAG letter to congressional leadership calling for an amendment to the Communications Decency Act so state and local governments can criminally investigate and prosecute online classified ad sites that promote prostitution and child sex trafficking. July 23, 2013
- >> ATTORNEYS GENERAL SUPPORT ACTION ON MOBILE CRAMMING Forty state and territorial attorneys general signed NAAG comments sent to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission about stopping mobile cramming, the placement of unauthorized third-party charges on mobile phone bills. June 24, 2013
- >> AGS SUPPORT TONY WEST NOMINATION A NAAG letter signed by 36 state and territorial attorneys general was sent today to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee leadership urging the Senate to confirm Tony West as associate attorney general of the United States. May 23, 2013
- >> AGS CALL FOR BLACK BOX WARNING ON PRESCRIPTION PAIN RELIEVERS NAAG sent a letter signed by 43 state and territorial attorneys general to the FDA urging the agency to put a black box warning on prescription pain relievers to alert pregnant women that the use of such drugs may harm their baby. May 13, 2013
- >> LETTER SUPPORTING IMMIGRATION REFORM Thirty-six state and territorial Attorneys General signed a letter in support of federal immigration reform. April 15, 2013
- >> AGS CALL FOR TAMPER-RESISTANT PAIN RELIEVERS NAAG sent a letter signed by 48 state and territorial attorneys general to the FDA today, urging the agency to adopt standards requiring manufacturers and marketers of generic prescription pain relievers (opioids) to develop tamper-resistant versions March 11, 2013