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AGs Question FDA Plan for Mail-Back Opioid Program

13 Republican AGs wrote a letter to the FDA in response to its Request for Information regarding “In-Home Disposal Systems for Opioid Analgesics,” a proposed mail-back program for leftover opioid products. In the letter, the AGs voiced their concerns that a mail-back program for unused opioids would provide opportunities for drug misuse and diversion, increase…

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Student Loan Scams May Increase in Wake of Biden v. Nebraska

South Carolina AG Alan Wilson and the FCC’s Robocall Response Team are warning consumers about a potential rise in student loan debt scam robocalls and robotexts following the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Biden v. Nebraska, which struck down the Biden administration’s student debt forgiveness plan. AG Wilson and the FCC warn that scammers often…

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AG Election Roundup

South Carolina: Incumbent AG Alan Wilson has come out ahead in the state’s GOP primary, positioning him as the likely victor in the fall general election. Wilson, first elected in 2010, is currently in his third term in office. No Democrats have entered the race.

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Recent AG Moves: New AG Takes Office in Alaska; New Leader Elected by RAGA

The Alaska legislature confirmed Mike Dunleavy’s nominee for Alaska AG, Treg Taylor, by a vote of 35-24. AG Taylor previously served as Deputy AG in charge of the civil division at the Alaska Department of Law, and has worked as in-house counsel to various Alaska businesses and as a commercial litigator at an Anchorage law…

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