State Attorneys General Lay Out Consumer Protection Priorities for 2022

 State Attorneys General Lay Out Consumer Protection Priorities for 2022

For the first time in two years, State Attorneys General and their key consumer protection staff have gathered in Washington D.C. to attend the National Association of Attorneys General Fall Consumer Protection conference.  For State AG staff in particular, this meeting, and its Spring counterpart, may be the most important and well attended event of the year with over 400 attendees total.  Priorities for the Attorneys General are often shaped at these meetings, and they present a unique opportunity for industry to get insight.

The public session included a panel of seven Attorneys General, each of whom spoke in some detail about their goals and frustrations for the upcoming year.  Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, the incoming president of the National Association of Attorneys General, laid out topics that he is considering for a consumer protection initiative for the upcoming year: Tech Threats and Tools.  General Miller…

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