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AGs Ask Congress to Fix National Human Trafficking Hotline Tip Reporting Deficiencies

A bipartisan group of 36 AGs sent a letter to Congressional leaders requesting assistance in ensuring that tips received by the National Human Trafficking Hotline are forwarded to the appropriate state law enforcement agencies in a timely manner. According to the letter, the AGs recently discovered that the hotline only forwards tips to state law…

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CVS and Walgreens Receive Opposing AG Letters Regarding Plans to Offer Medication Abortion

A group of 23 Democratic AGs sent a letter to CVS Heath and Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., sharing their support for the companies’ recent announcements that they would become certified to sell mifepristone and misoprostol, drugs used in medication abortions, in their retail pharmacies. The announcements followed the FDA’s change to its regulations to allow…

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Republican and Democratic AGs Face Off in Texas in Latest Medication Abortion Row

Forty-four AGs, evenly split into two groups of 22, have filed briefings in a Texas lawsuit in which a conservative group is challenging the FDA’s approval of mifepristone, the drug used in medication abortions. The FDA’s approval of the drug took place over twenty years ago in 2000, but the suit is part of the…

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Republican AGs Criticize Yelp’s Policy on Crisis Pregnancy Centers

24 Republican AGs, led by Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron, sent a letter to Yelp, Inc. in opposition to the company’s recently announced policy of issuing “Consumer Notices” on the pages of crisis pregnancy centers on Yelp’s website and app, which notify readers that crisis pregnancy centers typically provide limited medical services and may not have…

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AG Campbell Settles with Massachusetts Auto Dealer over Alleged Pricing Discrimination Affecting Black and Hispanic Consumers

Massachusetts AG Andrea Joy Campbell reached a settlement with Hometown Auto Framingham, Inc. for allegedly violating Massachusetts’s Consumer Protection Law by charging higher prices for “add-on” goods or services to Black and Hispanic customers who purchased or leased vehicles from the company’s auto dealerships.

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