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Attorneys General Urge Supreme Court to Allow Safe Injection Sites for Combatting Opioid Crisis

A group of 11 Democratic AGs, led by District of Columbia AG Karl Racine, filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Safehouse v. U.S. Department of Justice, No. 21-276, in support of nonprofit Safehouse’s request that the Court overturn the U.S Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit’s decision preventing its operations…

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Greyhound Will No Longer Allow Suspicionless CBP Sweeps on Its Buses

Washington AG Bob Ferguson reached a settlement with intercity bus company Greyhound Lines Inc. (“Greyhound”) to resolve allegations that Greyhound allowed U.S. Customs & Border Protection (“CBP”) agents to conduct immigration sweeps on its buses in violation of Washington’s Consumer Protection Act and the Washington Law Against Discrimination.

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Nonpartisanship and Commitment to Social Justice Mark First In-Person AG Conference Since Pandemic Began

The Attorney General Alliance (“AGA”) held its Annual Meeting in June, 2021. It was the first in-person bipartisan national AG conference since the beginning of the pandemic. Several Cozen O’Connor State AG Group attorneys, including co-chairs Bernie Nash and Lori Kalani, participated in the meeting, and member Mira Baylson spoke at two sessions. As in…

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Bipartisan Group of 35 Attorneys General Calls on Congress to Pass NO HATE Act

A bipartisan group of 35 AGs, led by District of Columbia AG Karl Racine and Kansas AG Derek Schmidt, sent a letter to congressional leaders urging Congress to pass the bipartisan National Opposition to Hate, Assaults, and Threats to Equality “NO HATE” Act as a way to help states identify and prevent hate crimes. The…

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