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AG Nessel Joins Coalition Calling on U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development to Address Failures in Program Meant to Pause Mortgage Payments During Pandemic

December 27, 2021 – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined a coalition of 20 attorneys general urging the federal government to take critical and needed action to help borrowers by addressing failures to implement mortgage restructuring programs to ensure those most financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can afford their mortgages and remain in their… Read more »

Morrisey, 19 states challenge EPA at Supreme Court

December 20, 2021 – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced on Monday his office and a coalition of 19 states are challenging the Environmental Protection Agency at the U.S. Supreme Court. According to Morrisey, the Supreme Court agreed to consider the states’ challenge to an appeals court ruling that would give EPA virtually unlimited… Read more »

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey sues Aspen Dental, which has offices in Springfield and Pittsfield, for deceptive advertising

December 10, 2021 – A dental practice with more than 25 offices across Massachusetts — including in Springfield, West Springfield, Hadley and Pittsfield — is being sued over accusations of deceptive advertising and marketing schemes that put patients into debt. Attorney General Maura Healey on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Aspen Dental Management, Inc., accusing… Read more »

AG Tong co-leads coalition seeking passage of Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act

November 11, 2021 – Attorney General William Tong has taken a co-leadership role in a coalition of 43 attorneys general calling on Congress to pass the Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2021. According to a letter sent to congressional leaders, Tong and his fellow attorneys general stated the bipartisan legislation would end the concept of… Read more »

Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee sue Biden over COVID vaccine mandate

November 4, 2021 – Attorneys general in Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee sued the Biden Administration Thursday over the vaccine mandate for employees of federal contractors. The lawsuit, filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, asserts the Biden administration’s mandatory vaccination requirement is unlawful and unconstitutional. Ohio Attorney General Dave… Read more »

Fitch, AGs challenge federal contractor vaccine mandate

October 27, 2021 – Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch and twenty other attorneys general from across the country sent a joint letter to President Biden, challenging what they call his administration’s evolving mandatory COVID vaccination requirement for federal contractors. The attorneys general pointed to the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force issuing guidance imposing a vaccination… Read more »