Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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March 17, 2017
It has been more than nine months since the tragic attack at Pulse nightclub took 49 innocent lives and shocked our country. I will never forget waking up to the horrific news. I quickly assembled my team of victim ... [Read Briefing]
March 10, 2017
Protecting Florida’s consumers is an around the clock job. My investigators know this and aggressively pursue scam artists who target Floridians. This week we celebrated their work and National Consumer Protection Week ... [Read Briefing]
March 3, 2017
Identity theft is a devastating crime that can leave victims facing years of financial hardships, but there are steps people can take to protect their sensitive financial and medical information. That is why this week, ... [Read Briefing]
Feb. 24, 2017
FWC Officer Jason Hutchinson, FDACS Officer Christopher Ayala, the North Miami Police Department’s Officer Niel Johnson, Investigator Jayson Paul with Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Investigator Jason Newlin with the ... [Read Briefing]
Feb. 17, 2017
Tax season is here and so are scammers looking to steal personal information and tax refunds. That is why, this week, I am asking Floridians to take steps to protect their tax information. Tax identify theft is one of ... [Read Briefing]
Feb. 10, 2017
My Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, working with federal and local law enforcement agencies, this week, made arrests in connection to millions of dollars in Medicaid fraud. A joint investigation into Angels Creative ... [Read Briefing]
Feb. 3, 2017
More than 5,000 doses of heroin were seized in Hernando County this week before they could poison and kill Floridians. This massive heroin bust is just one example of how severe the opioid crisis has become—and I was ... [Read Briefing]
Jan. 27, 2017
Department of Children and Families’ Statewide Human Trafficking Prevention Director Kim Grabert, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Governor Rick Scott, Department of Juvenile Justice Secretary Christy Daly, Chief Financial ... [Read Briefing]
Jan. 20, 2017
In 1997, Florida entered into a historic settlement with four major tobacco companies. Twenty years later, that agreement still requires these companies to make hundreds of millions of dollars in annual payments to the ... [Read Briefing]
Jan. 13, 2017
Master Sgt. Debra Clayton and Deputy Norman Lewis The year has just begun and sadly our state has already lost two brave law enforcement officers. Master Sergeant Debra Clayton of the Orlando Police Department and ... [Read Briefing]
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