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  • Title: NAAG | Welcome
    Descriptive info: .. The Attorneys General.. About NAAG.. Initiatives.. Projects.. Policy Perspectives.. Press Room.. 2013-2014 Presidential Initiative.. America's Promise:.. Keeping Our Kids Safe.. Attorneys General Unite Against Human Trafficking.. AGs and International Prosecutors Meet on Transnational Crime.. Registration Open for Attorney General Van Hollen s Summit.. Initiative will explore the risks of sharing private information.. NAAG President Wisconsin Attorney General J.. B.. Van Hollen.. Member Login.. AG Press Releases.. Attend the NAAG 2013 Winter/Spring Meeting.. February 25-27, 2013, Washington, DC.. Watch video of meeting sessions.. Review Final Agenda.. Attend the NAAG 2013 Southern Region Meeting.. March 21-22, 2013, Nashville, Tennessee.. Register Today!.. AG Spotlight.. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.. A native of Tampa, Pam Bondi became Florida s 37th Attorney General after being elected on November 2, 2010.. Attorney General Bondi was sworn in to office January 4, 2011.. Attorney General Bondi is focused on protecting Floridians and upholding Florida s laws and the Constitution.. Some of her top priorities are: defending Florida s constitutional rights against the federal health care law; strengthening penalties against pill mills; aggressively investigating mortgage fraud and Medicaid fraud; and ensuring Florida is compensated for Gulf Horizon oil spill losses.. Transparency and openness in government have been important throughout her career, and Attorney General Bondi continues to support Florida s Sunshine laws.. More.. View All AGs.. AG Fast Facts.. Washington.. Bob Ferguson.. Party: Democrat.. Elected: 2012.. Website: http://www.. atg.. wa.. gov/.. Phone Number: (360) 753-6200.. Click to visit the AG website.. Oregon.. Ellen F.. Rosenblum.. Appointed: June 2012.. doj.. state.. or.. us/.. Phone Number: (503) 378-4732.. California.. Kamala Harris.. Elected: 2010.. Website: http://ag.. ca.. Phone Number: (916) 445-9555.. Nevada.. Catherine Cortez Masto.. Elected: 2006, 2010.. nv.. Phone Number: (775) 684-1100.. Alaska.. Michael Geraghty.. law.. ak.. Phone Number: (907) 465-3600.. Montana.. Tim Fox.. Party: Republican.. Website: http://doj.. mt.. Phone Number: (406) 444-2026.. Idaho.. Lawrence G.. Wasden.. Elected: 2002, 2010.. Website: http://www2.. id.. us/ag/.. Phone Number: (208) 334-2400.. Utah.. John Swallow.. Elected 2012.. Website: http://attorneygeneral.. utah.. Phone Number: (801) 538-9600.. Arizona.. Tom Horne.. azag.. Phone Number: (602) 542-4266.. Hawaii.. David Louie.. Appointed: 2010.. hawaii.. gov/ag/.. Phone Number: (808) 586-1500.. North Dakota.. Wayne Stenehjem.. Elected: 2000, 2010.. ag.. nd.. Phone Number: (701) 328-2210.. South Dakota.. Marty J.. Jackley.. Appointed: 2009.. sd.. us/attorney/.. Phone Number: (605) 773-3215.. Wyoming.. Peter K.. Michael (Acting).. Appointed: 2013.. wy.. Phone Number: (307) 777-7841.. Colorado.. John W Suthers.. Appointed: 2005, Elected: 2006, 2010.. ago.. co.. us/index.. cfm.. Phone Number: (720) 508-6000.. New Mexico.. Gary King.. Website: http://nmag.. Phone Number: (505) 827-6000.. Minnesota.. Lori Swanson.. mn.. Phone Number: (651) 296-3353.. Iowa.. Tom Miller.. Elected: 1978, 1982,  ...   ri.. Phone Number: (401) 274-4400.. Connecticut.. Geoge Jepsen.. ct.. Phone Number: (860) 808-5318.. Pennsylvania.. Kathleen Kane.. Phone Number: (717) 787-3391.. New Jersey.. John Jay Hoffman (Acting).. Appointed: June 2013.. nj.. us/lps/.. Phone Number: (609) 292-8740.. Maryland.. Doug Gansler.. md.. Phone Number: (410) 576-6300.. District of Columbia.. Irvin Nathan (Acting).. Appointed: 2011.. Website: http://occ.. dc.. Phone Number: (202) 724-1305.. West Virginia.. Patrick Morrisey.. wvago.. Phone Number: (304) 558-2021.. Virginia.. Ken Cuccinelli.. Elected: 2009.. va.. Phone Number: (804) 786-2071.. North Carolina.. Roy Cooper.. Elected: 2000.. ncdoj.. Phone Number: (919) 716-6400.. South Carolina.. Alan Wilson.. scattorneygeneral.. org/.. Phone Number: (803) 734-3970.. Georgia.. Sam Olens.. Website: http://law.. ga.. Phone Number: (404) 656-3300.. Florida.. Pam Bondi.. Website: http://myfloridalegal.. com/.. Phone Number: (850) 414-3300.. Delaware.. Joseph "Beau" Biden, III.. delaware.. Phone Number: (302) 577-8338.. American Samoa.. Afoa Leulumoega Lutu.. samoanet.. com/asg/asgdla97.. html.. Phone Number: (684) 633-4163.. Guam.. Lenny Rapadas.. guamattorneygeneral.. Phone Number: (671) 475-3409.. Northern Mariana Islands.. Joey Patrick San Nicolas.. cnmiago.. gov.. mp/.. Phone Number: (670) 664-2341.. Puerto Rico.. Luis Sánchez Betances.. Appointed: January 2013.. justicia.. gobierno.. pr/.. Phone Number: (787) 721-2900.. U.. S.. Virgin Islands.. Vincent Frazer.. Appointed: 2007.. Phone Number: (340) 774-5666.. NAAGazette.. Volume 7, Number 6-7 | July 17, 2013.. New NAAG Executive Committee Leading the Association.. Wyoming s Attorney General Confirmed as Federal Judge.. The Supreme Court Term: Issues Left Open for the Future.. Attorneys from 16 Countries Attend Third NAGTRI International Program.. Registration Open for Presidential Initiative Summit in September.. NAAG Hosts Summer Interns: July 2013.. Volume 7, Number 5 | May 22, 2013.. NAAG Summit Highlights Critical Role of Attorneys General in Protecting Privacy Online.. Employee Spotlight.. New Attorney General Begins Work In New Hampshire.. Attorneys General Take Action on Prescription Drug Abuse.. NAAG Midwestern Region Meeting Held.. NAAG s Institute for Legal Training and Research Expands.. Supreme Court Empowers FDA to Graphically Depict Tobacco's Toll.. NAAGazette Archive.. Meetings Archive.. NAAG 2013 Summer Meeting.. Attorney General Gansler's Presidential Initiative Summit.. Southern Region Meeting.. View Archive.. NAAG News.. August 01, 2013.. AGs to Congress: Amend Federal Law to Fight Child Sex Trafficking.. July 24, 2013.. Eliminating Mobile Cramming is a Consumer Protection Priority, Say Attorneys General.. June 25, 2013.. More NAAG News.. Calendar.. Attorney General Van Hollen's Presidential Initiative Summit.. September 16 - 18, 2013.. Milwaukee, Wis.. 2013 NAGTRI/SABA Bankruptcy from a Government Perspective Seminar.. October 6 - 9, 2013.. Santa Fe, New Mexico.. Contact:.. Camie Carlock.. All Calendar Items.. Copyright 2006-2013 NAAG, All Rights Reserved.. 2030 M Street NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20036.. Phone: 202-326-6000 | Fax: 202-331-1427.. Federal Resources.. Site Map.. Privacy Policy.. Employment.. Contact Us..

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  • Title: NAAG | Current Attorneys General
    Descriptive info: NAAG Executive Committee.. NAAG Standing Committees.. NAAG Strategic Plan.. Staff Directory.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Meeting Event Schedule.. Current Attorneys General.. Luther Strange (R).. Alabama Attorney General.. 501 Washington Ave.. P.. O.. Box 300152 Montgomery, AL 36130-0152.. (334) 242-7300.. http://www.. Michael Geraghty (R).. Alaska Attorney General.. Appointed: April 2012.. Box 110300 Juneau, AK 99811-0300.. (907) 465-2133.. Afoa Leulumoega Lutu.. American Samoa Attorney General.. American Samoa Gov't, Exec.. Ofc.. Bldg, Utulei, Territory of American Samoa, Pago Pago, AS 96799.. (684) 633-4163.. http://americansamoa.. gov/index.. php/2012-04-25-19-44-32/2012-04-25-19-52-04/departments/legal-affairs.. Tom Horne (R).. Arizona Attorney General.. 1275 W.. Washington St.. , Phoenix, AZ 85007.. (602) 542-4266.. Dustin McDaniel (D).. Arkansas Attorney General.. 323 Center St.. , Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201-2610.. (800) 482-8982.. Kamala Harris (D).. California Attorney General.. 1300 I St.. , Ste.. 1740, Sacramento, CA 95814.. (916) 445-9555.. http://ag.. John Suthers (R).. Colorado Attorney General.. Ralph L.. Carr Colorado Judicial Center 1300 Broadway, 10th Floor, Denver, CO 80203.. (720) 508-6000.. coloradoattorneygeneral.. George Jepsen (D).. Connecticut Attorney General.. 55 Elm St.. , Hartford, CT 06106.. (860) 808-5318.. Joseph R.. "Beau" Biden, III (D).. Delaware Attorney General.. Carvel State Office Bldg.. , 820 N.. French St.. , Wilmington, DE 19801.. (302) 577-8338.. http://attorneygeneral.. Irvin Nathan.. District of Columbia Attorney General.. 441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1100S, Washington, DC 20001.. (202) 727-3400.. http://oag.. Pam Bondi (R).. Florida Attorney General.. The Capitol, PL 01, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050.. (850) 414-3300.. http://myfloridalegal.. Sam Olens (R).. Georgia Attorney General.. 40 Capitol Square, SW, Atlanta, GA 30334-1300.. (404) 656-3300.. http://law.. Lenny Rapadas.. Guam Attorney General.. Office of the Attorney General, ITC Building, 590 S.. Marine Corps Dr, Ste.. 706, Tamuning, Guam 96913.. David Louie (D).. Hawaii Attorney General.. Appointed: December 2010.. 425 Queen St.. , Honolulu, HI 96813.. (808) 586-1500.. Lawrence Wasden (R).. Idaho Attorney General.. Elected: 2002, 2006, 2010.. Statehouse, Boise, ID 83720-1000.. (208) 334-2400.. idaho.. Lisa Madigan (D).. Illinois Attorney General.. James R.. Thompson Ctr.. , 100 W.. Randolph St.. , Chicago, IL 60601.. (312) 814-3000.. http://illinoisattorneygeneral.. Greg Zoeller (R).. Indiana Attorney General.. Elected: 2008, 2012.. Indiana Government Center South - 5th Floor, 302 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.. (317) 232-6201.. Tom Miller (D).. Iowa Attorney General.. Elected: 1978, 1982, 1986, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010.. Hoover State Office Bldg.. , 1305 E.. Walnut, Des Moines, IA 50319.. (515) 281-5164.. iowaattorneygeneral.. Derek Schmidt (R).. Kansas Attorney General.. 120 S.. W.. 10th Ave.. , 2nd Fl.. , Topeka, KS 66612-1597.. (785) 296-2215.. Jack Conway (D).. Kentucky Attorney General.. Elected: 2007, 2011.. 700 Capitol Avenue, Capitol Building, Suite 118, Frankfort, KY 40601.. (502) 696-5300.. James D.. "Buddy" Caldwell (R).. Louisiana Attorney General.. Elected: 2008, 2011.. Box 94095, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4095.. 225-326-6000.. Janet T.. Mills (D).. Maine Attorney  ...   NJ 08625.. (609) 292-8740.. Gary King (D).. New Mexico Attorney General.. Drawer 1508, Santa Fe, NM 87504-1508.. (505) 827-6000.. nmag.. Eric Schneiderman (D).. New York Attorney General.. Dept.. of Law - The Capitol, 2nd fl.. , Albany, NY 12224.. (518) 474-7330.. Roy Cooper (D).. North Carolina Attorney General.. Elected: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012.. of Justice, P.. Box 629, Raleigh, NC 27602-0629.. (919) 716-6400.. gov/.. Wayne Stenehjem (R).. North Dakota Attorney General.. Elected: 2000, 2004, 2006, 2010.. State Capitol, 600 E.. Boulevard Ave.. , Bismarck, ND 58505-0040.. (701) 328-2210.. Joey Patrick San Nicolas.. Northern Mariana Islands Attorney General.. Appointed: November 2012.. Administration Building, P.. Box 10007, Saipan MP 96950-8907.. (670) 664-2341.. Mike DeWine (R).. Ohio Attorney General.. State Office Tower, 30 E.. Broad St.. , Columbus, OH 43266-0410.. (614) 466-4320.. ohioattorneygeneral.. Scott Pruitt (R).. Oklahoma Attorney General.. 313 NE 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.. (405) 521-3921.. Rosenblum (D).. Oregon Attorney General.. Appointed June 2012, Elected: November 2012.. , 1162 Court St.. , NE, Salem, OR 97301.. 503-378-6002.. Kathleen Kane (D).. Pennsylvania Attorney General.. 1600 Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA 17120.. (717) 787-3391.. Luis Sánchez Betances.. Puerto Rico Attorney General.. PO Box 902192, San Juan, PR 00902-0192.. (787) 721-2900.. Peter Kilmartin (D).. Rhode Island Attorney General.. 150 S.. Main St.. , Providence, RI 02903.. (401) 274-4400.. www.. Alan Wilson (R).. South Carolina Attorney General.. Rembert C.. Dennis Office Bldg.. , P.. Box 11549, Columbia, SC 29211-1549.. (803) 734-3970.. org.. Jackley (R).. South Dakota Attorney General.. Appointed: 2009, Elected: 2010.. 1302 East Highway 14, Suite 1, Pierre, SD 57501-8501.. (605) 773-3215.. http://atg.. (D).. Tennessee Attorney General.. 425 5th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37243.. 615-741-3491.. gov/attorneygeneral.. Greg Abbott (R).. Texas Attorney General.. Capitol Station, P.. Box 12548, Austin, TX 78711-2548.. (512) 463-2100.. John Swallow (R).. Utah Attorney General.. State Capitol, Rm.. 236, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-0810.. (801) 538-9600.. attorneygeneraljohnswallow.. us/.. Sorrell (D).. Vermont Attorney General.. Appointed: 1997 Elected: 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012.. 109 State St.. , Montpelier, VT 05609-1001.. (802) 828-3173.. Vincent Frazer.. Virgin Islands Attorney General.. of Justice, G.. E.. R.. Complex 488-50C Kronprinsdens Gade, St.. Thomas, VI 00802.. (340) 774-5666.. Ken Cuccinelli (R).. Virginia Attorney General.. 900 East Main Street Richmond, VA 23219.. (804) 786-2071.. Bob Ferguson (D).. Washington Attorney General.. 1125 Washington St.. SE, PO Box 40100, Olympia, WA 98504-0100.. (360) 753-6200.. Patrick Morrisey (R).. West Virginia Attorney General.. State Capitol, 1900 Kanawha Blvd.. , E.. , Charleston, WV 25305.. (304) 558-2021.. Van Hollen (R).. Wisconsin Attorney General.. Wisconsin Department of Justice, State Capitol, Room 114 East P.. O.. Box 7857, Madison, WI 53707-7857.. (608) 266-1221.. Michael.. Wyoming Attorney General (Acting).. Appointed: July 2013.. State Capitol Bldg.. , Cheyenne, WY 82002.. (307) 777-7841..

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  • Title: NAAG | About NAAG
    Descriptive info: Information on the Association.. About the Association.. The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) was founded in 1907 to help Attorneys General fulfill the responsibilities of their office and to assist in the delivery of high quality legal services to the states and territorial jurisdictions.. NAAG s mission is:.. To facilitate interaction among Attorneys General as peers and to facilitate the enhanced performance of Attorneys General and their staffs.. NAAG fosters an environment of cooperative leadership, helping Attorneys General respond effectively - individually and collectively - to emerging state and federal issues.. The Association fosters interstate cooperation on legal and law enforcement issues, conducts policy research and analysis of issues, conducts training, and facilitates communication between the states chief legal officers and all levels of government.. The Association s members are the Attorneys General of the 50 states and the District of Columbia and the chief legal officers of the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico (Secretary of Justice) and the Northern Mariana Islands, and the territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.. The Attorney General is popularly elected in 43 states, as well as in Guam, and is appointed by the governor in five states (Alaska, Hawaii, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Wyoming) and in the four jurisdictions of American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.. In Maine, the Attorney General is selected by secret ballot of the legislature and in Tennessee, by the state Supreme Court.. In the District of Columbia, the Mayor appoints the Attorney General whose powers and duties are similar to those of the Attorneys General of the states and jurisdictions.. As chief legal officers of the states, commonwealths, and territories of the United States, the Attorneys General serve as counselors to state government agencies and legislatures, and as representatives of the public interest.. It is often said that Attorneys General occupy the intersection of law and public policy, dealing in areas as diverse as child support enforcement, drug policy, and environmental protection.. In many areas traditionally considered the exclusive responsibility of the federal government, the Attorneys General now share enforcement authority.. Indeed, a major trend  ...   on issues the Association addresses and to provide them with opportunities for sharing their thoughts and insights.. Collegiality.. To establish and maintain an atmosphere of respect and inclusiveness for all members of the Association.. Accountability.. To remember at all times that every member of the Association is accountable to the people of their state, territory, and district which carries over to the business and practices of the Association.. Mission Statement.. The purpose of the Association is to provide a forum for the exchange of views and experiences on subjects of importance to the chief legal officers of the states and other jurisdictions that are members of the Association; to foster interstate and state/federal cooperation on legal and law enforcement issues; to conduct policy research and analysis of issues pertaining to law enforcement and the law; to improve the quality of legal services provided to the states and territories; and to facilitate communications between the states chief legal officers and all levels of government.. The Executive Committee.. The Executive Committee of the Association is charged with the leadership of Association operations.. The Executive Committee comprises the four NAAG officers, four regional delegates, three presidential appointees and chair of the Mission Foundation.. NAAG holds three annual membership meetings each year in the spring, summer and winter, where the Attorneys General conduct the business of the Association, including the consideration and adoption of NAAG policy positions and the holding of meetings of its committees.. Where an interim position is necessary, the Executive Committee may take action.. In addition, issues may be raised, discussed, and studied at seminars and other Committee and Subcommittee meetings and may be referred to the Executive Committee and the full Association for formal consideration.. The Association elects its officers yearly through geographical rotation by region.. Election of the four officers - President, President-Elect, Vice President, and Immediate Past President - takes place at the annual NAAG Summer Meeting.. The President appoints all standing and special committee chairs.. Committees are charged with studying all substantive matters within their jurisdiction and recommending policy positions and other matters to the Attorneys General for action by the full Association..

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  • Title: NAAG | Initiatives
    Descriptive info: Amber Alert.. State Attorneys General Toolkit on Consumer Protection for the Military.. Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global).. Go Direct.. Ready Campaign.. Federal Trade Commission Money Matters for Consumers.. Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force.. DEA National Drug Take Back Day.. Parent Resource Program from the Jason Foundation.. ICE Tool Kit for Prosecutors.. 2011-2012 Presidential Initiative.. Medicine Abuse Project.. NAAG Human Trafficking Committee Initiative.. The AMBER Alert Program, named for 9-year-old Amber Hagerman, is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies, broadcasters, and transportation agencies.. The Servicemember subgroup of the Consumer Protection Working Group of the President s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force (FFETF) designed a toolkit specifically to assist state and territorial attorneys general in identifying and addressing common consumer protection issues that Servicemembers face.. Global promotes standards-based electronic information exchange to provide the justice community with timely, accurate, complete, and accessible information in a secure and trusted environment.. The U.. Department of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve Banks are sponsoring Go Direct, a campaign to motivate people who receive federal benefit checks to  ...   who helped bring about the last financial crisis, and to prevent another crisis from happening.. A nationwide prescription drug "Take-Back" initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.. The Jason Foundation, Inc.. (JFI) is dedicated to the prevention of the Silent Epidemic of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs.. This site provides information, tools and resources to help you identify at-risk youth and know how to assist them in getting help before a tragedy occurs.. Prevention begins with education.. This Tool Kit is aimed at helping prosecutors navigate situations where important witnesses, victims, or defendants may face removal because they are illegally present in the United States.. The Medicine Abuse Project is a unifying campaign that brings together families, communities, industry, health care professionals, educators, law enforcement and government officials to curb teen medicine abuse, and ultimately save lives.. By working together, The Medicine Abuse Project aims to prevent half a million teens from abusing medicine within five years.. This is a list of resources compiled by the NAAG Human Trafficking Committee..

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  • Title: NAAG | Projects
    Descriptive info: NAAG Projects.. Issues and Research.. Antitrust.. Bankruptcy.. Civil Rights.. Consumer Protection.. Criminal Law.. Cyberspace Law.. Energy Environment.. Medicaid Fraud.. Supreme Court.. Tobacco.. Projects of the Association.. ANTITRUST.. Emily Myers, Project Counsel.. NAAG's Antitrust Project works to facilitate communication among the Offices of Attorneys General and their staffs, and monitors legislative and regulatory developments in antitrust.. The Project hosts an annual Seminar for Attorneys General and their staff and a portion of this Seminar is open to the public.. BANKRUPTCY.. Karen Cordry, Project Counsel.. NAAG's Bankruptcy Project, headed by Bankruptcy Counsel Karen Cordry, works with Offices of Attorneys General on a daily basis to provide assistance and counseling on issues that arise in specific cases.. In addition to this one-on-one assistance, NAAG's Bankruptcy Counsel conducts numerous training sessions for state counsel.. CIVIL RIGHTS.. Andrea Hampton, Project Manager.. The Civil Rights Project focus provides information and support to the states on affirmative civil rights issues developed and implemented largely through the efforts of five Task Forces and their related subcommittees.. CONSUMER PROTECTION.. The NAAG Consumer Protection Project works to improve the enforcement of state and federal consumer protection laws by State Attorneys General, as well as supports multistate consumer protection enforcement efforts.. CRIMINAL  ...   in Attorney General Offices to enable them to successfully investigate and prosecute computer-based crimes.. ENERGY ENVIRONMENT.. The Environment Project supports the activities of the NAAG Environment Committee.. The Project focuses on three main areas: training/conferences, communications, and state/federal liaison activities.. MEDICAID FRAUD.. Barbara L.. Zelner, Executive Director, National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units (NAMFCU).. The National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units (NAMFCU) serves as a forum for the nationwide sharing of information concerning the problems of Medicaid fraud control.. SUPREME COURT.. Dan Schweitzer, Project Counsel.. The Supreme Court Project conducts moot courts during Supreme Court terms and edits brief that are subsequently filed in the Court.. These include cert petitions, briefs in opposition merits briefs and amicus briefs.. The project also sponsors an advocacy seminar and an annual State Solicitors and Appellate Chiefs conference.. A bi-weekly report informs states of opinions issued, cases granted review and other items of interest.. TOBACCO.. Specializes in matters related to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement ( MSA ).. Its staff is dedicated to helping the Attorneys General of the signatory States ( Settling States ) interpret, implement, and enforce this agreement.. ARCHIVE.. 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. SAVE THE DATE..

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  • Title: NAAG | Policy Perspectives
    Descriptive info: Resolutions, Policy Statements and Sign-On Letters.. Resolutions.. Sign-On Archive..

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  • Title: NAAG | Press Room
    Descriptive info: NAAG Press Room.. News from NAAG, the AG Offices and the Nation.. News & Events.. For media inquiries and other press-related questions, please contact the NAAG Press Center at (202) 326-6047 or.. mtharp@naag.. Publications.. NAAG NEWS.. NAAG Related Press Releases.. NAAGAZETTE.. PUBLICATIONS.. Newsletters and other NAAG publications.. MEETINGS ARCHIVE..

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  • Title: NAAG | Attorney General Van Hollen's Presidential Initiative Summit
    Descriptive info: NAAG MEETINGS.. ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED.. PLEASE REGISTER ONSITE.. SAVE THE DATE!.. September 16-18, 2013.. Join us for NAAG President and Wisconsin Attorney General J.. Van Hollen s Presidential Initiative Summit, September 16-18, 2013, at The Pfister, 424 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202, (414) 273-8222.. The Presidential Initiative Summit is the premier event of Attorney General Van Hollen s year-long focus on America s Promise Keeping Our Kids Safe.. The agenda will cover critical  ...   Confirmed speakers are Victor Vieth, executive director, National Child Protection Training Center; John Ryan, chief executive officer, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Dan Duncan, associate executive director, National Council on Alcoholism Drug Abuse.. They and others will join Attorney General Van Hollen and his fellow state attorneys general for the meeting.. Attendees will also have a major league outing on Tuesday night with a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game.. See the draft agenda..

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  • Title: NAAG | AGs and International Prosecutors Meet on Transnational Crime
    Descriptive info: Notable Association News.. August 1, 2013.. Washington, DC---.. State attorneys general and their legal staff from around the United States and prosecutors from North America and the Caribbean region will meet Aug.. 8 9 in Providence, R.. I.. , to discuss strategies to combat human trafficking, intellectual property theft, cybercrime, and weapons and drug trafficking.. The meeting is being hosted by the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), the training and research arm of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and in partnership with the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP).. We live in a global world where international borders have virtually disappeared, opening up new opportunities for criminal organizations to operate while creating new challenges in investigation and prosecution.. To combat the growing threat of transnational criminal organizations, we too must reach across borders, share information and cooperatively determine where to best prosecute these types of cases, said Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, who serves as the NAAG representative to IAP.. The national and international faculty includes representatives from the U.. Department of Justice, U.. State Department, U.. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.. Attorney s Office, state attorneys general offices, National District Attorneys Association, as well as prosecutors  ...   enhanced cooperation between nations of our hemisphere in battling together the scourge of transnational crime.. # # #.. Editor s Note: Credentialed reporters who want to cover those sessions open to the press need to contact Amy Kempe, Rhode Island Attorney s General Office,.. akempe@riag.. or Marjorie Tharp, NAAG communications director,.. The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), www.. naag.. org, was founded in 1907 to help attorneys general fulfill the responsibilities of their office and to assist in the delivery of high quality legal services to the states and territorial jurisdictions.. The National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI) is the training and research arm of NAAG.. It was established in 2007 to provide high quality, responsive and innovative training to assistant attorneys general and to provide intellectually adept research on issues of concern and interest to the NAAG membership.. The International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) was formed in 1995 following encouragement from the United Nations.. It has over 1400 individual members and 120 organizational members from more than 130 countries.. IAP publishes the U.. N.. Guidelines for Prosecutors, addresses the growth in serious international and transnational crime, and allows prosecutors to develop networks and communicate with each other quickly..

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  • Title: NAAG | Attorney General Van Hollen's Presidential Initiative Summit Registration
    Descriptive info: Attorney General Van Hollen's Presidential Initiative Summit Registration.. Early Registration ends Monday, August 26, 2013.. Reserve your space now.. Please scroll down to make hotel reservations and register for the meeting.. Contact Jeffrey Hunter,.. jhunter@naag.. , with any questions.. We look forward to seeing you in September!.. Hotel Information.. Deadline for making reservations is Monday, August, 26, 2013.. The Pfister.. 424 East Wisconsin Avenue.. Milwaukee, WI 53202.. (414) 273-8222.. We have reserved a block of sleeping rooms at $179.. 00 + taxes.. The Hotel cut-off date is Monday, August, 26, 2013.. Reservations may be made online at.. http://booking.. ihotelier.. com/istay/istay.. jsp?groupID=952183&hotelID=73000.. The deadline for securing the special rate is Monday, August, 26, 2013.. After that date the group rate will not be offered.. The rate is offered 3 days prior and 3 days post meeting based on availability.. Transportation Options.. From General Mitchell International Airport (MKE).. TAXI.. : Cabs are readily available at the airport after deplaning, go down the escalator to the baggage claim area.. Cabs are waiting at that point to transport you to the Pfister Hotel, 424 East Wisconsin Avenue.. When leaving the Pfister, the doorman will bring up a cab from the taxi stand any time.. Transit time is about 20 minutes and the cost is usually around $30.. 00 or more if there are additional passengers and luggage.. There are two principal cab services in Milwaukee:  ...   time, or wait until you are at the Pfister and we will make the reservation for you.. The telephone number is 414-769-2444, choice number 4.. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:.. Milwaukee County Transit Public Bus the cost is $2.. 25 one way, exact change required.. The Green Line bus leaves the airport on a regular basis and stops about 4 blocks from the Pfister.. Ask airport personnel to direct you to the departure location.. For specific times and routes, contact us directly, or go to the website www.. ridemcts.. com, which has a convenient routing system, or call the automated line at 414-344-6711.. Online registration has closed.. Onsite registration is available.. We look forward to seeing you at the Attorney General Van Hollen's Presidential Initiative Summit.. Registration Information.. NAAG is now accepting online payments for registration using Visa or Mastercard.. Please contact Jeffrey Hunter at (202) 326-6264 if you would like to pay with a check or purchase order.. Please choose your attendee type below and register today.. Attorney General.. Complimentary.. Attorney General Staff.. Early: $295 | After Monday, August, 26, 2013: $395.. SAGE.. Full Registration: Early: $795 | After Monday, August, 26, 2013: $895.. Non-Member.. Early: $995 | After Monday, August, 26, 2013: $1,095.. Spouse and/or Child(ren).. Attendees will have an opportunity to register their spouse (and child(ren)) when they complete their registration.. SPOUSE.. : Early: $250 | After Monday, August, 26, 2013: $300..

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  • Title: NAAG's Projects Archives — National Association of Attorneys General
    Descriptive info: Skip to content.. Small Text.. Normal Text.. Large Text.. Sections.. Home.. Personal tools.. You are not logged in.. Log in.. You are here: Home.. Navigation.. Home.. Energy and Environment.. Log in.. Name.. Password.. Forgot your password?.. NAAG's Projects Archives.. Document Actions.. Welcome to the NAAG Projects Archive..  ...   We.. Th.. Fr.. Sa.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. The National Association of Attorneys General.. This site conforms to the following standards:..

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