States Want California To Leave Their Bacon Alone
A group of 16 AGs wrote a letter to Congressional leadership urging the passage of the Ending Agricultural Trade Suppression Act, which is intended to preserve states’ authority to regulate agriculture within their own borders.
AGs Ask Congressional Leaders to Declaw CAT
A group of eight Republican AGs wrote a letter to Congressional leaders asking them to support the Protecting Investors’ Personally Identifiable Information Act, which was introduced by Republican Congress members in response to the SEC’s efforts to collect information about investors and essentially create a massive surveillance database containing detailed information on every trade by every person with any money in the stock market.
Don’t Mess with Texas(’s Hotel Room Rates)
The Texas OAG filed a lawsuit against Booking Holdings, Inc., a travel reservation company, for allegedly violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act by falsely marketing hotel rooms at prices that were not available to the public as advertised.
AGs Provide Input on FTC-AG Collaboration Efforts
A bipartisan group of 30 AGs provided comments to the FTC on ways to improve collaboration between the FTC and AGs on protecting consumers from fraud and scams, as mandated by the FTC Collaboration Act of 2021.
Court Sides with AGs Contending Hyundai-Kia Theft Class Action Settlement Is Inadequate
On August 11, a coalition of seven Democratic AGs wrote a letter to the federal court overseeing the proposed class-action settlement regarding certain alleged theft-prone vehicles manufactured by Hyundai and Kia, arguing that the proposed settlement fails to adequately respond to the ongoing public safety crisis caused by the vulnerability of the vehicles.
Bipartisan Group of AGs Teams Up to GUARD Veterans
A bipartisan coalition of 44 AGs wrote a letter to Congressional leaders urging the passage of the Governing Unaccredited Representatives Defrauding Veterans Affairs Benefits Act, which is intended to hold accountable unaccredited and unregulated actors who target and prey upon veterans applying for federal VA benefits.