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Alabama Attorney General Leaves NAAG; Georgia Attorney General Resigns as RAGA Chair

Alabama AG Steve Marshall left the National Association of Attorneys General, stating to the press that he cannot justify spending taxpayer money to “fund an organization that seems to be going further and further left” and pledging instead to direct such funds to his office’s consumer protection division.

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Attorneys General Help Constituents Facing COVID-19-Related Challenges

Alabama AG Steve Marshall warned nursing home residents who are Medicaid recipients and their families about attempts by nursing homes to seize their stimulus checks, which are not “resources” under federal benefits programs and should not be signed over to the facilities. As previously reported, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) recently issued a similar alert.

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The State AG Report Weekly Update April 4, 2019

Cannabis / Marijuana FTC and FDA Issue Warning Letters to Companies Advertising and Selling Cannabidiol Products The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and the Food & Drug Administration (“FDA”) issued warning letters to three companies that advertise and sell products containing cannabidiol (“CBD”) Nutra Pure, LLC, PotNetwork Holdings, Inc., and Advanced Spine and Pain, LLC d/b/a…

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