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Virginia AG: Increase Federal Regulation of Vapes – No Ifs, Ands, or Butts

Virginia AG Jason Miyares sent a letter to the FDA urging the agency to take action to prevent the distribution of illegal Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) products, such as e-cigarettes and vapes. In the letter, AG Miyares argues that increased federal enforcement and regulation is necessary to curb the influx of illegal ENDS products—which…

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Nebraska AG Takes Blunt Approach to Nipping Deceptive THC Marketing in the Bud

Nebraska AG Mike Hilgers filed a series of coordinated lawsuits against a number of retailers selling edible THC-containing products in the state alleging that the retailers have violated Nebraska’s consumer protection statutes by deceptively mislabeling dangerous products that pose a threat to children. In the lawsuits, AG Hilgers alleges that the retailers deceptively mislabeled THC-containing…

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AGA Working Groups Grapple with Gritty Topics: Cybersecurity, ORC and Cannabis

By: Stephen Cobb From October 3rd to 5th in Boston, the Attorney General Alliance (AGA) held a series of working group meetings focused on topics uppermost in the minds of state AGs: cybersecurity, organized retail crime (ORC) and cannabis. Following opening remarks by host Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Campbell the meeting kicked off with three…

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AGs Ask Congress for Joint Effort in Making Banking Services Accessible to Cannabis Industry

A bipartisan coalition of 22 AGs sent a letter asking Congressional leaders to advance the Secure and Fair Enforcement Regulation (SAFER) Banking Act of 2023 to increase access to regulated banking and financial services for state-licensed cannabis businesses.

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