Attorneys General Pledge to Join FCC in Combatting Robocalls

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its leadership in combatting the scourge of robocalls and sharing their commitment to working collaboratively with the FCC via information-sharing agreements. While not all attorneys general who signed the letter have entered into information sharing agreements with the…

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AGs to Congress: Provide Funding for the Legal Services Corporation

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Congress to support beneficent funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC). The LSC provides critical legal assistance to low-income Americans, helping families in need across the country. Nonprofit legal aid programs funded by the federal program provide services to millions of Americans annually, reaching…

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Attorneys General Support The Public Safety Officer Act of 2022

NAAG is urging Congress to pass The Public Safety Officer Support Act of 2022. The legislation addresses gaps in support for public safety officers who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) associated with the high-risk nature of their jobs. In the letter signed by 53 attorneys general, the attorneys general praise the work of public…

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NAAG Urges TikTok and Snapchat to Give Parents More Control

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter, signed by 44 attorneys general, to TikTok and Snapchat urging them to give parents the ability to monitor their children’s social media usage and protect their children from online threats using parental control apps. In their letter, the attorneys general express various concerns over the…

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NAAG Urges FTC to Create Robust Rule Outlawing Impersonation Scams

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter signed by 49 attorneys general in response to a request for comments by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on a federal rule to combat impersonation scams. The letter raises concerns about the plethora of impersonation scams targeting consumers and the current lack of a national rule…

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NAAG asked FCC to curb foreign-based illegal robocalls

The attorneys general are asking the FCC to require gateway providers to take additional measures to reduce robocalls, including: Responding to requests from law enforcement, state attorneys general, or the FCC to trace back calls within 24 hours. Blocking calls when providers are aware of an illegal or likely fraudulent caller. Blocking calls that originate…

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NAAG Challenges Efforts to Weaken Laws Against Human Trafficking & Sexual Abuse

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) wrote a letter to the American Law Institute (ALI) urging them to reject proposed changes to Section 213 of the Model Penal Code (MPC) that would weaken the ability of states to prosecute sexual assault, abuse, exploitation, and trafficking crimes; jeopardize the safety of victims of these crimes;…

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Attorneys General Support Efforts to Stop Robocallers from Misusing Legitimate Phone Numbers

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) today wrote the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in support of its efforts to reduce illegal robocallers’ access to legitimate phone numbers to make unending robocalls that scam people out of their hard-earned money. The comment letter to the FCC was signed by all 50 state attorneys general and…

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NAAG Endorses Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2021

We support H.R. 4193, and S. 2827, the Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2021.

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NAAG Supports Senate Hearings on Social Media and Mental Health

As enforcers of our jurisdictions’ consumer protection laws, we find it deeply troubling that Facebook and other social media platforms seek to increase user engagement by conscripting our nation’s youth despite known harms to children and adolescents.

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