National Association of Attorneys General
NAAG Sign-On Letters
Sign-On letters are policy-oriented letters sent to members of Congress, congressional committees or federal agencies expressing the viewpoint of the signatories. In order for a sign-on letter to be NAAG policy and appear on NAAG letterhead, it must have 36 or more Attorneys General signatures. Only NAAG letters that have completed the sign-on process are posted to the NAAG Web site. Below are the NAAG Sign-On letters for the last quarter. To view these and future NAAG letters, go to http://www.naag.org/sign-on_archive.php.
NAAG sends Dec. 7, 2009 comments signed by 43 Attorneys General to the Federal Trade Commission over amendments to the Rule to Prevent Deceptive Marketing of Credit Reports and to Ensure Access to Free Annual File Disclosures.
NAAG sends a Nov. 4, 2009 letter to Congress urging members to uphold the role of the states in enforcing consumer protection laws should the Congress create a Consumer Financial Protection Agency.
NAAG sends an Oct. 27, 2009 letter to U.S. Senate and House members in support of “The Discount Consumer Protection Act of 2009” (S. 148).
NAAG sends an Oct. 27, 2009 letter to U.S. Senate and House members in support of “The Discount Consumer Protection Act of 2009” (H.R. 3190).
NAAG submitted Oct. 23, 2009 comments signed by 41 Attorneys General to the Federal Trade Commission regarding its Telemarketing Sales Rule 16 C.F.R. Part 310, to address the sale of debt relief services.