NAAG regularly facilitates conversations between attorneys general and members of Congress. Scroll further to relive past conversations between NAAG and members of Congress at NAAG meetings and events.

Representative Peter Welch

Congressman Peter Welch of Vermont delivered the keynote address at the 2021 NAAG Eastern Region Conference, The Surveillance Economy: How Attorneys General Protect Privacy, Safety, and Equality in the Information Age, in Burlington, Vermont.

Senator Richard Blumenthal

During the 2021 NAAG Consumer Protection Spring Virtual Conference, Connecticut Senator and former attorney general Richard Blumenthal spoke to attorneys general about the importance of state consumer protection enforcement and applauded the attorneys general for their recent letter to Facebook opposing plans to create an Instagram platform for children.

Senator Angus King

As part of the 2020 Presidential Initiative, Maine Senator Angus King sat down with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox for a discussion on the impact of hyper-partisanship and polarization on our politics, our governing institutions, and our nation, and ways to foster a more constructive, collaborative environment.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi

At the 2019 NAAG Capital Forum, NAAG hosted a moderated discussion with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte

At the 2018 NAAG Winter Meeting, NAAG heard remarks from then-Chair of the House Judiciary Committee Bob Goodlatte.

Senator Luther Strange

At the 2018 NAAG Winter Meeting, former Alabama Attorney General and then-Senator Luther Strange addressed attorneys general and other attendees on the importance of taking on corruption in the attorney general role.

Senator Mike Rounds

At the 2016 NAAG Presidential Initiative Summit, South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds welcomed the attorneys general to Deadwood, South Dakota as the meeting’s keynote speaker.

Senators Joe Biden, Orrin Hatch,  Slate Gorton, and Representative Henry Waxman

During the 1998 NAAG Spring Meeting, the attorneys general heard from then-Delaware Senator Joe Biden, then-Judiciary Chairman Orrin Hatch of Utah, then-Senator Slate Gorton of Washington, and then-Representative Henry Waxman of California on a number of issues including domestic violence and tobacco legislation. Sen. Gorton formerly served as NAAG President while he was Washington Attorney General.