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Republican AGs Appeal for an End to California’s Advanced Clean Truck Rule

A group of 18 Republican AGs filed a brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in a consolidation of five cases that challenge the EPA’s decision to grant California a Clean Air Act (CAA) waiver that allowed the state to enact vehicle emissions standards more stringent than those imposed by the…

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Potential for Stem Cell Therapies Stems Alleged Grift

Iowa AG Brenna Bird filed a lawsuit against Biologics Health, LLC and Summit Partners Group, LLC, d/b/a Summit Health Centers, as well as their co-owners, for allegedly violating the Iowa Consumer Fraud Act, the Door-to-Door Sales Act, and the Older Iowans Law by making false and deceptive claims in their door-to-door sales of unproven stem…

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Keep on Trucking in California, Say Republican AGs

Nineteen Republican AGs filed a petition for review in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit over an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) final action that granted two California Air Resource Board requests for waivers of Clean Air Act preemption for regulations of heavy-duty on-road vehicles and engines. According to the petition,…

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Quick Guide: Iowa: Taking a Commonsense Approach

Whether she is preparing to enforce Iowa’s new privacy law, or working through solutions with businesses in the state, newly-elected Iowa AG Brenna Bird’s philosophy is underpinned by a commonsense approach. In Episode 9 of State AG Pulse in conversation with fellow Midwesterner Meghan Stoppel and former Virginia AG Jerry Kilgore, General Bird talks about…

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