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The AG State Report – 29.04.2022

Here is last week’s AG and Federal regulatory news that highlights key areas where decisions by state and federal regulators are impacting across the United States:

  • BREAKING: DC Court of Appeals upholds AG nominee ineligibility

  • Minnesota AG Ellison sues solar panel company over misleading sales tactics

  • AG Moody bans eight synthetic opioids in Florida

  • AGs Urge Creation of Safe Harbor for Financial Institutions Serving Cannabis Businesses

  • AG Bonta applauds reforms to student loan program

  • James and CFPB sue MoneyGram over consumer protection and anti-fraud allegations

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