AGs’ COVID-19-Related Resources | Nursing Homes Investigated | Anticompetitive Conduct in Labor Markets


California

Attorneys General Take Action to Help Constituents During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Democratic AG Coalition Argues that the Affordable Care Act Guarantees Women’s Right to Birth Control, Regardless of Employer’s Religious Views

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COVID-19-Related Fraud | Stay-at-Home Orders Enforced| AGs Support Suits Where Injuries Occurred


California

Democratic Attorneys General Call on Federal Government to Open Special Enrollment Period for Health Insurance on HealthCare.Gov

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COVID-19-Related Price Gouging | COVID-19-Related Fake Medicines | COVID-19-Related Antitrust Review Speed-Up


California

Attorneys General Step Up Enforcement Efforts Against Price Gouging

California Sues Department of Education over Gainful Employment Rule Repeal

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NY State Debt Collection Suspended | Anti-Gouging Enforcement | AGs: Who’s an “Accredited Investor”?


California

T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Clears Another Hurdle with California Settlement

Democratic AGs to SEC: Don’t Expand the Definition of “Accredited Investor”

Democratic AGs Urge HUD to Keep Rule Designed to Promote Fair Housing

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Attorneys General Convince Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons to Discard “No-Poaching” Provisions from Their Franchising Contracts


California

AGs to Supreme Court: Allow States to Address Soaring Prices of Prescription Drugs

Attorneys General Seek Appellate Review of DOE’s Rollback of Efficiency Standards for Common Light Bulbs

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Vacationers Beware: Timeshare Exit Companies May Be Scammers, not Saviors


California

Opioid Giant Mallinckrodt Reportedly Agrees to $1.6 Billion Global Settlement Framework

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Wendy’s: All the Goodness, But Hold the Alleged Child Labor Violations


California

Democratic AGs Decry EPA’s Proposed Changes to the Lead and Copper Rule

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Who Controls When State and Federal Regulators Disagree on Whether a Chemical Is a Carcinogen?


California

Who Controls When State and Federal Regulators Disagree on Whether a Chemical Is a Carcinogen?

California AG Offers Clarifying Tweaks to Proposed CCPA Regulations

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Massachusetts Attorney General Alleges Chipotle Served Up a Side Order of Wage and Hour Violations, Reaches $2 Million Settlement


California

Bipartisan Coalition of 23 Attorneys General Argue Against Rule Alleged to Weaken States’ Ability to Enforce Usury Laws

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