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AGs Provide Input on FTC-AG Collaboration Efforts

A bipartisan group of 30 AGs provided comments to the FTC on ways to improve collaboration between the FTC and AGs on protecting consumers from fraud and scams, as mandated by the FTC Collaboration Act of 2021. The AGs’ comments note that increased collaboration between the FTC and AGs would provide the AGs with expanded…

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340B Drug Discount Program Garners AG Concern and Recommendations

A bipartisan coalition of 23 AGs (21 Democrats and 2 Republicans) sent a letter in response to a request for information issued by a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators to strengthen the 340B Drug Pricing Program, which requires drug manufacturers participating in Medicaid and Medicare to provide discounted drugs to covered entities that serve financially…

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Democratic AGs Urge EPA and NOAA to Increase Efforts to Fight Plastic Microfiber Pollution

A group of 16 Democratic sent a letter to the EPA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) urging them to develop a more robust national response to the problem of microfibers in the environment. Microfibers are strands shed from synthetic clothing during laundering and are the most common type of microplastics pollution in…

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AGs Pen Letter in Support of EPA Finding on Dangers of Aircraft Fuel Lead Emissions

A group of 12 AGs wrote a comment letter to the EPA in support of the agency’s proposed finding that lead emissions from aircraft fuel cause or contribute to air pollution that may reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health or welfare (the “Proposed Endangerment Finding”). In the letter, the AGs provide state-level data for…

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