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Florida AG Moody Recovers Over $20 Million From Fraudulent Mover

Following a one-week trial, the office of Florida AG Ashley Moody obtained over $20 million in judgments and penalties and a lifetime industry ban against a network of eight related moving companies and their owner, Ohad Guzi, for violations of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, the Florida Moving Act, the Interstate Transportation…

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AG Moody Bans Eight Synthetic Opioids In Florida

On April 26, Florida AG Ashley Moody issued an emergency rule adding eight synthetic opioids to Florida’s Schedule I of controlled substances. The drugs, which are categorized as nitazenes, are available on the dark web and throughout the illegal drug market. They are not approved for medical use and , since 2020 alone, have been…

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21-State Coalition Sues CDC over Public Transportation Mask Mandate

In a complaint filed March 29 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Florida, AGs from 21 states are seeking a declaration that the Centers for Disease Control’s COVID-19 mask mandate for public transportation is unlawful. Defendants include the CDC, HHS, TSA, Homeland Security, and officials of those agencies in their official…

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Florida AG Secures Nearly $2.1 Million in Student Debt Relief

Florida AG Ashley Moody, joined by nine other state AGs, has settled with Argosy University, a private educational institution which abruptly shut its doors in 2019. The settlement secured nearly $2.1 million in private debt relief for Argosy students to pay off private loans received through the school. The states alleged that Argosy made misrepresentations…

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