Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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June 29, 2012
It was with great disappointment that I received the news Thursday morning that the Affordable Care Act had been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Two years ago Congress enacted the health care law that, among other ... [Read Briefing]
June 28, 2012
All of us who are disappointed with the ultimate outcome today in the health care lawsuit cannot lose sight of what we accomplished. We fought for the principle that the Constitution limits Congress’s power to direct ... [Read Briefing]
June 22, 2012
This week, my Office of Statewide Prosecution worked closely with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Longwood Police Department to arrest 37 individuals for "doctor shopping" in Central Florida. This case ... [Read Briefing]
June 15, 2012
Human trafficking is a $32 billion industry that exploits men, women and children. These victims are forced into labor and sex trafficking. They deserve to be protected, and they need our help. This past Tuesday, I ... [Read Briefing]
June 8, 2012
Today, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, in conjunction with my Office of Statewide Prosecution and the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, arrested Renee Manning, 39. Allegedly, she was part of a real estate scam ... [Read Briefing]
June 1, 2012
My office entered an agreement today that requires 411-PAIN to change its advertising practices and to make a total charitable contribution of $550,000. We filed a lawsuit against Florida-based 411-PAIN for alleged ... [Read Briefing]
May 25, 2012
The Office of Statewide Prosecution is dedicated to prosecuting gang members and keeping these violent criminals off of our streets. This week, a SUR-13 gang member, who was prosecuted by State Attorney Earl Moreland’s ... [Read Briefing]
May 18, 2012
Florida, 43 other states, the District of Columbia and the Federal Trade Commission obtained $40 million in restitution for consumers as part of a settlement with Skechers USA, Inc., the maker of Shape-Ups, Tone-Ups, ... [Read Briefing]
May 11, 2012
There is no greater example of selflessness than what Florida’s law enforcement officers do every day – protect others. This week I attended the Fraternal Order of Police Law Enforcement Memorial and the Florida ... [Read Briefing]
May 4, 2012
This week the Journal of the American Medical Association released the first-of-its-kind study on prescription drug abuse and newborns. We now have national data spanning nearly a decade that clearly shows an alarming ... [Read Briefing]
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