Monthly Archives: February 2022

Carr Urges FTC to Adopt National Rule Outlawing Impersonation Scams

February 24, 2022 – Attorney General Chris Carr has joined a bipartisan coalition of 49 attorneys general in urging the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to adopt a national rule to outlaw impersonation scams and better protect consumers, businesses and charitable organizations. “Criminals continue to employ new methods in an attempt to steal personal or financial… Read more »

Arizona attorney general sues Biden administration over minimum wage increase

February 11, 2022 – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is heading a coalition of five states suing President Joe Biden’s administration over what they say is an illegal minimum wage increase. The Biden administration introduced a $15 minimum wage for federal contractors that expands overtime requirements for federal contractors last April. The increase, known as… Read more »

AG Nessel Joins Coalition in Support of EPA Proposal to Regulate Methane Emissions from the Oil and Natural Gas Sector

February 2, 2022 – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined a coalition in submitting comments in support of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to strengthen regulation of emissions from new, modified, and reconstructed facilities in the oil and natural gas sector, and to, for the first time, regulate emissions from existing facilities in this… Read more »