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AG Healey Leads Coalition Filing Anti-Discrimination Brief

Massachusetts AG Maura Healey, leading a coalition of nineteen states and the District of Columbia, filed an amicus curiae brief defending the constitutionality of New York’s anti-discrimination law in an appeal to the Second Circuit of a case brought by a New York wedding photographer against New York AG Letitia James and others. In the brief, the amici states argue that New York State’s public accommodation law does not violate the photographer’s First Amendment rights and asks the Court to affirm the decision below dismissing the wedding photographer’s complaint.

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Republican AG Coalition Sues EPA Over California Emissions Standards

A coalition of AGs from 17 Republican states filed a Petition for Review in the District of Columbia Circuit of the EPA’s reinstatement of California’s ability to independently set emissions standards under the Clean Air Act. The Petition alleges that EPA Administrator Michal Regan violated the Constitution’s doctrine of equal sovereignty by giving California an…

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AG Tong Leads Bipartisan Coalition Supporting Drug Price Regulations

Connecticut AG William Tong, together with a bipartisan coalition of AGs from 23 states and the District of Columbia, filed amicus curiae briefs in two appellate cases before the Third Circuit and the District of Columbia Circuit. In the briefs, the coalition defended the actions of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in…

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FTC Settles with Lions Not Sheep over Mislabeling Allegations

The FTC has reached a settlement with Utah-based apparel company Lions Not Sheep, LLC and its owner to resolve allegations that the company mislabeled garments as “Made in the USA” when, in fact, they were manufactured in China. In so doing, the company is alleged to have violated the FTC Act, The Textile Fiber Products…

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