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Quick Guide: AG Elections: Summing Up 2023 and Eying Up 2024

The 2023 AG elections showed Republican wins across the board, contrasting with Democratic success across the country on ballot initiatives in Ohio, judicial races in Pennsylvania, legislative races in Virginia and the Kentucky governor’s race. In Episode 10, Stephen Cobb and Emily Yu parse the 2023 elections and consider the implications for 2024, when 10…

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2023 State AG Elections: A Clean Sweep for the Republicans?

Today we see former state attorneys general as leaders in every level of government and across the political spectrum from Congress to the White House to federal agencies. Currently, there are seven former state AGs in the U.S. Senate, eight former state AGs serving as their state’s governor and nine serving in the Biden Administration.

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Artificial Intelligence’s Potential for Exploitation of Children Alarms AGs

The National Association of Attorneys General, on behalf of a bipartisan coalition of AGs from all 50 states, D.C., and three U.S. territories, sent a letter to Congressional leaders asking them to take action to combat the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the exploitation of children. In their letter, the AGs express concern with…

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Fight Against Organized Retail Crime Continues with New Partnership

Arkansas AG Tim Griffin announced he is joining the Organized Retail Crime Alliance, a new collaboration between U.S. Homeland Security Investigations and law enforcement, prosecutors, and private sector partners from Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama to combat organized retail crime (ORC). AG Griffin’s announcement emphasized that all consumers pay for the billions of dollars lost…

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