Attorneys General

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Biden Administration Over Social Media Censorship Case

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of the Biden administration in Murthy v. Missouri, a COVID-19-era social media censorship case initiated by Republican attorneys general and social media users.

Attorneys General of Montana and Texas Sue HHS Over Gender Identity Inclusion in Medicaid Coverage

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra is the target of a lawsuit filed on Tuesday by the attorneys general...

Christian Foster Parents Sue Vermont for Revoking Licenses Over Gender Ideology

A complaint filed on Tuesday claims that a number of Christian families were expelled from Vermont's foster care system due to their beliefs regarding...

Bank of America Terminates Account of Independent Journalist

Bank of America terminated the account of independent journalist Christina Urso without explanation.

Republican Attorney Generals Sue White House, California Over Gas-Powered Truck Limits

A group of Republican attorneys general took legal action this week against the Biden administration and California over new emissions limits for trucks.

U.S. States Call for Defunding of Hamas-Linked U.N. Agency

Twenty-four U.S. states sent a letter to congressional leaders, demanding that a United Nations (U.N.) agency with links to Hamas be defunded.

Republican Attorneys General Allege Bank of America Discriminates Against Religious Customers

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 14 other Republican attorneys general have sent a letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, alleging that the company is "de-banking" religious and conservative customers.

Attorneys General Accuse Merrick Garland of ‘Sowing Seeds of Distrust Among American Electorate’

Sixteen attorneys general wrote a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, stating the Justice Department has been weaponized against U.S. states.

SEC Halts Climate Rule After Republican Attorneys General File Challenge

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) halted its implementation of a climate rule that requires companies to disclose greenhouse gas emissions.

Attorneys General File Lawsuit Against Biden’s Student Loan Plan

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 10 other attorneys general have filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.

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