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Republican AGs Seek to Unplug DOE’s Appliance Efficiency Rules

A group of 18 Republican AGs sent a letter to the Department of Energy (DOE) voicing their concern over the Department’s Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers; Direct Final Rule, which imposes new energy efficiency standards on refrigerators and freezers.

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Nebraska AG Takes Blunt Approach to Nipping Deceptive THC Marketing in the Bud

Nebraska AG Mike Hilgers filed a series of coordinated lawsuits against a number of retailers selling edible THC-containing products in the state alleging that the retailers have violated Nebraska’s consumer protection statutes by deceptively mislabeling dangerous products that pose a threat to children. In the lawsuits, AG Hilgers alleges that the retailers deceptively mislabeled THC-containing…

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Quick Guide: Nebraska: Listening and Learning

Episode 5 of Season 2 of our podcast series, State AG Pulse, is an honest and forthright conversation between Lori Kalani, Meghan Stoppel and new Nebraska AG Mike Hilgers. General Hilgers outlines the much thought-through philosophy that underpins his personal and professional life.

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AG Election Roundup

In the Nebraska Republican AG primary, Mike Hilgers outpolled Jennifer Hicks 67.1% to 32.9%. As the state has no Democrat AG candidates, Hilgers is the presumptive next AG of the state. Hilgers is an attorney with a private practice in Lincoln, has served in Nebraska’s unicameral Legislature for the past six years, and is now Speaker.

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