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Attorney General Moody Secures $300 Million Following Investigation into Improper Marketing and Sale of Suboxone

April 30, 2021 – Attorney General Ashley Moody, working with state and federal partners, is securing $300 million following a nationwide investigation. Attorney General Moody’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit worked with the U.S. Department of Justice and other state MFCUs to investigate allegations that Indivior plc. and Indivior Inc., d/b/a Indivior, falsely and aggressively marketed… Read more »

AG Racine Leads Bipartisan Coalition of 22 AGs Calling On Congress To Fund Modernization of State Systems for Sealing and Expungement of Criminal Records

April 12, 2021 – Attorney General Karl A. Racine (D-DC) and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R-AZ) today co-led a bipartisan coalition of 22 attorneys general urging Congress to provide federal funds for state systems and technology upgrades needed to seal and expunge criminal justice records. These funds could help some of the nearly 70… Read more »

Censorship investigation of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter launched by Indiana Attorney General

April 7, 2021 – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has launched an investigation into whether five tech companies have engaged in business practices that are “abusive, deceptive and/or unfair.” Rokita made the announcement of the investigation Wednesday morning and indicated he’ll determine if Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter potentially harmed Indiana consumers. He’ll be… Read more »

Attorney General Knudsen Joins 13-State Coalition to Sue Biden Administration Over Energy Lease Moratorium

March 24, 2021 – Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, and 11 other state attorneys general filed today to block the Biden administration’s ongoing violation of the Mineral Leasing Act (MLA) and Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA). This reckless abuse of Presidential power threatens the livelihoods of rural Montana families… Read more »

Ohio AG part of multistate settlement to shut down illegal robocall operation

March 4, 2021 – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, along with 38 other states, is shutting down an illegal robocall operation that used veterans, children and first responders to deceptively solicit $110 million in donations. The money was collected through a massive robocall operation by Associated Community Services, also known as ACS. ACS made 1.3… Read more »