Bipartisan Coalition of 44 State and Territory Attorneys General Endorse the Child Exploitation and Artificial Intelligence Expert Commission Act of 2024

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Rep. Nick Langworthy (R-NY) and U.S. House leadership on behalf of a bipartisan coalition of 44 state and territory attorneys general endorsing the Child Exploitation and Artificial Intelligence Expert Commission Act of 2024.

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Attorneys General Urge Congress to Appropriate Funding in the FY2025 Budget for Legal Services Corporation

A bipartisan coalition of 39 state and territory attorneys general urge leaders of the U.S. House and Senate Appropriations Committees to allocate robust funding for the nonprofit Legal Services Corporation (LSC) in the FY2025 budget. LSC supports equal access to justice by awarding grants to nonprofit organizations that provide civil legal services to those in…

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Coalition of 43 States Urges FTC to Strengthen Online Privacy and Safety Protections for America’s Youth

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on behalf of a bipartisan coalition of 43 state attorneys general to urge the federal government to update and strengthen the rules technology companies must follow under the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Among other things, the…

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41 Attorneys General Call On Meta To Protect Users’ Accounts From Scammers

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Meta Platforms, Inc. (Meta) on behalf of a bipartisan coalition of 41 attorneys general that addresses the recent rise of Facebook and Instagram platform account takeovers by scammers and frauds. Account takeovers are when bad actors break into a user’s account and change passwords,…

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A Bipartisan Coalition of 39 State Attorneys General Urge Congressional Action on Pharmacy Benefit Manager Reform

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Congressional leaders on behalf of 39 attorneys general who urge congressional leaders to engage in meaningful debate and reform of the current practices of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and to take decisive action to reform the way PBMs conduct business and bring more transparency…

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Colorado v. Kroger

Colorado  filed suit in Denver District Court to block the $24.6 billion proposed merger between Kroger and Albertsons, two of the largest supermarket chains in Colorado. Kroger operates 148 King Soopers and City Market stores and Albertsons operates 105 Safeway and Albertsons stores in the state. According to the complaint, the merger would eliminate head-to-head…

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State Attorneys General Urge Bridge Funding for the Federal Crime Victims Fund (VOCA)

A bi-partisan coalition of 42 state attorneys general urge the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to authorize much-needed 2024 bridge funding for the federal Crime Victims Fund (the “VOCA Fund.”) The VOCA Fund supports the provision of essential direct services for crime victims and survivors across the country. According to the U.S. Department of…

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FTC and Plaintiff States v. Syngenta Crop Protection AG, No. 22-cv-828 (M.D. N.C. Nov. 2022)

The FTC and 10 states sued pesticide manufacturers Syngenta Crop Protection and Corteva, Inc. two of the largest pesticide manufacturers operating in the United States. For allegedly paying distributors to block competitors from selling their cheaper generic products to farmers. The complaint alleges that these big pesticide firms run so-called “loyalty programs” in which distributors…

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45 State Attorneys General Join in their Ongoing Efforts to Protect Consumers from Robocalls

A bi-partisan coalition of 45 state attorneys general sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seeking to safeguard consumers from scam phone calls made by Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) service providers. The attorneys general submitted comments to the FCC on its proposal “to safeguard and secure the open Internet” (NPRM) asking it to clarify that…

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Ohio et al. v. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), No. 1:23-cv-00100 (N.D. W.V. Dec. 7, 2023)

Seven plaintiff states filed suit against the NCAA, alleging that the NCAA’s transfer eligibility rule is an illegal restraint on college athletes’ ability to market their labor and control their education.  The rule requires college athletes who transfer among Division 1 schools to wait one year before competing in games, unless they obtain a waiver…

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