Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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July 27, 2018
The days of Florida being called the Pill Mill Capital of the Country are now behind us and we are making significant strides to combat the national opioid crisis. As a state and nation, we still face significant ... [Read Briefing]
July 20, 2018
Summer camp is an exciting tradition in Florida, leaving kids with memories they will treasure for a lifetime. Our state is home to some amazing summer camps that have earned a reputation for providing children with a ... [Read Briefing]
July 13, 2018
Florida is home to more than 90,000 active duty and reserve military members and an estimated 1.5 million veterans. I am honored that so many members of our Armed Forces, both active and retired, call our beautiful ... [Read Briefing]
July 06, 2018
This week, pivotal legislation in our fight against the national opioid crisis went into effect in Florida. HB 21 places limits on the volume of prescription opioids doctors can write patients for acute pain, in an ... [Read Briefing]
June 29, 2018
Working with our federal partners, this week, my Medicaid Fraud Control Unit announced the arrest of 601 individuals on charges related to $2 billion in health care fraud. Health care fraud costs taxpayers throughout ... [Read Briefing]
June 22, 2018
Florida’s flourishing and strong economy is supported by the more than three million jobs created by small businesses. Small business owners are some of the hardest working men and women in our state. They work day in ... [Read Briefing]
June 15, 2018
Florida is home to more than three million seniors. Many retire to Florida, bringing with them a lifetime of memories, wisdom and their life savings. Too often scammers target our seniors in an effort to steal their ... [Read Briefing]
June 08, 2018
Scammers are always looking for new schemes to steal your money. They will even go as far as impersonating government officials or law enforcement. Recently we received complaints from consumers targeted by imposter ... [Read Briefing]
June 1, 2018
Today, marks the first day of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season and it is also a time when tourists love to visit Florida. Close to 21 million people call Florida home, and millions more visit the beauty Florida offers ... [Read Briefing]
May 25, 2018
Florida is a safer place to live now, than it was in 1970. The state’s crime rate continues to fall and this week, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement released a report highlighting a 4.5 percent drop in overall ... [Read Briefing]
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