Attorneys general are the primary enforcers of consumer laws within their state and their activities and enforcement actions are of the utmost importance in protecting consumers across the country. The mission of the Consumer Protection Committee is to assist and enable attorneys general concerning consumer protection issues and matters by:

  • Providing information, communication, and support.
  • Facilitating cooperation among the various attorneys general Consumer Protection Divisions through open dialogue and communication.
  • Planning, organizing, and conducting training and annual seminars for the exchange of ideas and information on matters relevant to consumer protection divisions and their issues.
  • Promoting the development of effective consumer protection programs and education for the protection of citizens and increasing consumer awareness.

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Policy Letters

NAAG Calls on the FCC to Require Voice Service Providers to Increase Anti-Robocall Protections

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) called on the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to require the telephone providers that…

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Attorneys General Urge Congress to Hold Airline Industry Accountable

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Congress to pass legislation that would authorize state attorneys…

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NAAG Calls on the FTC to Increase Obligations on Telemarketers

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to increase obligations on telemarketers by…

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Courses and Trainings

Staff Contact

Todd Leatherman
Director, Center for Consumer Protection