Attorney General Contact Information

State Attorneys General have primary responsibility in their states for the enforcement of their state’s consumer protection laws. Every state has a consumer protection statute prohibiting deceptive acts and practices. These broad general statutes are supplemented in all jurisdictions by laws that address specific industries or practices. The State Attorneys General have varied tools and authority to address abuses and illegalities in the market place. These include civil and criminal litigation, mediation, public and business education, creating and commenting on state and federal legislative proposals, and cooperative enforcement ventures with state, local, and federal enforcement agencies. The consumer protection work of State Attorneys General over the past year has run the gamut from telemarketing to telecommunications and from prescription drugs and privacy to price-gouging.

Please see the list of current attorneys general from the National Association of Attorneys General.  

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