Monthly Archives: October 2022

AG Reyes Calls on SEC to Allow Full Public Input on ESG and Climate Investing Rules 

October 27, 2022 – Utah Attorney General Sean. D. Reyes and 17 other state attorneys general pushed back against the Security and Exchange Commission’s attempt to stifle the public’s ability to provide input on overreaching and unlawful regulations regarding environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing and disclosures regrading emissions from business’ entire supply chain following an announcement… Read more »

Attorney General Doug Peterson Joins Bipartisan Coalition of 35 AGs to Regulate Abusive Practices of Pharmacy Benefit Managers

October 18, 2022 – Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson today joined a bipartisan coalition of 35 attorneys general from across the country in an amicus brief to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals supporting Oklahoma’s laws that regulate abusive behavior of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). Oklahoma’s laws regulating PBMs are similar to Nebraska’s. Oklahoma’s laws are being challenged… Read more »

Facebook ordered to pay record-setting $24.6M fine for violating WA campaign laws

October 14, 2022 – Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing Meta, the parent company behind social media giant Facebook, for more than 800 violations of Washington state’s campaign finance transparency law. As clarified in an announcement from the Attorney General’s Office on Friday morning, these laws require that campaign advertisers like Facebook/Meta which hosts political ads must make… Read more »