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Republican AGs Push Back Against “Federal Takeover” of Coal Mining Regulations

A coalition of 14 Republican AGs, co-led by Indiana AG Todd Rokita and West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey, filed a petition for judicial review challenging a Department of Interior Final Rule amending regulations governing the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s (OSMRE) oversight of state regulators concerning potential violations of the Surface Mining Control…

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Republican AGs Bullish on Protecting Consumer Data from Chinese Communist Party

A group of 14 Republican AGs wrote a letter to the CEO of Webull Financial LLC, inquiring into whether Webull—which is both a U.S. and Chinese company—may have exposed customers’ personal information to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in violation of U.S. data privacy and consumer protection laws. In the letter, the AGs note that…

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AGs Urge Congress to Clarify Hazy Language in 2018 Farm Bill

A bipartisan coalition of 21 AGs wrote a letter urging Congress to clarify the language in the 2018 Farm Bill, which is up for reauthorization this year, to address potential loopholes that have allowed bad actors to saturate the hemp market with unregulated, intoxicating THC-infused products. In the letter, the AGs argue that the law’s…

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Indiana AG Sues Apria Healthcare for Data Breach(ing HIPAA Duties)

Indiana AG Todd Rokita sued home healthcare equipment and services provider Apria Healthcare, LLC for allegedly failing to investigate and inform consumers regarding data breaches beginning in 2019 in violation of state data security and consumer protection laws and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules. According to the complaint, Apria allegedly failed to…

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