The Antitrust Committee’s primary role is to facilitate the work of attorneys general in enforcing state and federal antitrust laws.
The Civil Rights Committee addresses civil rights issues relating to political, educational, social, and economic equality.
The Consumer Protection Committee assists attorneys generals with consumer protection issues and matters.
The Criminal Law Committee works to provide timely and useful information to the attorney general community relating to criminal justice and law enforcement matters.
The Energy and Environment Committee provides a medium where state attorneys general can explore ideas and exchange views on issues relating to energy and the environment.
The Tobacco Committee guides and directs the work of the NAAG Center for Tobacco and Public Health.
The Charities Committee’s mission is to assist and enable attorneys general concerning charities registration and enforcement issues and matters.
The Elder Justice Committee strives to assist state attorneys general in combating elder abuse and fraud through educational programs and resource sharing and development.
The mission of the Executive Working Group on Prosecutorial Relations is to enhance the efforts of federal, state, and local prosecutorial and law enforcement agencies.
The Federalism/Preemption Committee’s mission is to assist the attorney general community on the issues of federalism and preemption.
The Gaming Committee addresses gaming issues from a multi-jurisdictional perspective and serves as a resource for the Association on gaming topics.
The Human Trafficking Committee provides a forum for state attorneys general to collaborate on issues related to human trafficking.
The objective of the Internet Safety/Cyber Privacy and Security Committee is to serve as a resource for NAAG and its members in the area of internet safety.
The mission of the Substance Use Committee is to use policy analysis and research to support attorneys general as they respond to substance use issues in their jurisdictions.
Many attorneys general are charged with the regulation and oversight of charitable organizations and charitable solicitation in the United States. The Charities…
The Financial Services and Consumer Protection Enforcement, Education, and Training Fund Committee is responsible for evaluating grant requests and disseminating grant funds received from the National Mortgage Settlement, and funds from other settlements, for the benefit of attorney general offices.
The VW Settlement Fund Committee is responsible for evaluating grant requests and disseminating grant funds received from the 2016 Volkswagen settlement, and funds from other settlements, for the benefit of attorney general offices.