The National Association of Attorneys General is the bipartisan voice and advocate of the nation’s attorneys general.
NAAG’s advocacy efforts are defined and driven by bipartisan letters, signed by at least 36 attorneys general, that endorse or support legislation or policy.
Reforming the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) and stabilizing the Crime Victims Fund is a top legislative priority for the attorneys general
Public Health issues including the opioid crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic are a priority of NAAG's advocacy efforts.
Staying ahead of challenges presented by fast-evolving technologies is essential in keeping consumers safe.
Making sure America's first responders and veterans are protected and receive the benefits they are entitled to.
NAAG’s policy and advocacy engagement includes:
Providing resources to assist attorneys general and their staff when interacting with Congress and the federal government.