In this mini episode, we recap some of the amazing season two conversations related to healthcare. We hear from Connecticut Attorney General William Tong and Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson as they discuss the bipartisan efforts of attorneys general to address the rising cost of prescription drugs; Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem discuss prescription drug costs and pharmacy benefit managers; Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost discuss how they address Medicaid fraud in their states.
In this mini episode, we recap season 2 conversations between attorneys general about their work protecting consumers. We hear from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford as they discuss the authority attorneys general have when enforcing consumers protection laws in their states; South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring about how they work to protect veterans from scammers; and Guam Attorney General Leevin Camacho and Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan on consumer protection and data privacy.
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas and Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes join NAAG for a conversation on supporting victims of crime and how participating in international delegations helps them serve their constituents and form relationships with their fellow attorneys general.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem discuss prescription drug cost, pharmacy benefit managers, and competition in the agricultural industry.
Report of the Minnesota Attorney General Advisory Task Force on Lowering Pharmaceutical Drug Prices: https://www.ag.state.mn.us/Office/Initiatives/PharmaceuticalDrugPrices/Taskforce.asp
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden join NAAG to discuss the opioid epidemic, e-cigarettes, and the important role attorneys general play in defending the rule of law.
Hawaii Attorney General Clare E. Connors and Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch join NAAG to discuss how attorneys general work together to combat human trafficking and protect victims.
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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost join NAAG to discuss how they address civil rights, environmental protection, and Medicare fraud in their states and how attorneys general work together through NAAG.
Guam Attorney General Leevin T. Camacho and Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan join NAAG to discuss representing smaller states and territories, as well as how attorneys general often collaborate through NAAG on important issues such as substance use, criminal law, and internet safety and privacy.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring join NAAG to discuss how attorneys general serve the military and veteran communities in their states.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford join NAAG to discuss bipartisan collaboration among attorneys general to address illegal robocalls, protecting consumers from COVID-19 related scams and fraud, and a multistate lawsuit against Facebook.