Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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May 13, 2011
Florida's prescription drug abuse problem has become our state's top public safety threat. This epidemic facing Floridians not only causes seven deaths per day, but also it is responsible for hundreds of babies who are ... [Read Briefing]
May 9, 2011
Dear Floridians, I would like to thank the Florida Legislature for passing legislation that enhances public safety and protects individual liberty. My legislative agenda included support for bills to stop prescription ... [Read Briefing]
May 6, 2011
This week was significant for many reasons. I attended two law enforcement memorial ceremonies; it was Public Service Recognition week; and it was the last week of the 2011 legislative session. On Monday, I attended ... [Read Briefing]
April 29, 2011
This week, I joined eight other Attorneys General in a letter opposing the National Labor Relations Board's complaint against Boeing for unfair labor practices. The letter asserts that the complaint against Boeing is ... [Read Briefing]
April 22, 2011
It has been one year since the devastating Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which has resulted in economic losses to individuals, businesses, and the State of Florida. It also harmed our natural resources and coastal ... [Read Briefing]
April 15, 2011
Law enforcement officers and victim advocates play an integral part in helping victims and their families deal with the effects of crime. This week, I was thrilled to commend such exceptional public servants during the ... [Read Briefing]
April 8, 2011
Today, the Department of Health issued a final order that began implementation of the prescription drug monitoring program. Stopping pill mills has been my top priority since I took office, and this program is an ... [Read Briefing]
April 1, 2011
This week, there were significant advancements for two of our top priorities. On Thursday, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals scheduled the health care lawsuit oral argument for June 8. This expedited schedule is ... [Read Briefing]
March 31, 2011
Dear Floridians: Today, the health care lawsuit has moved one step closer to the U.S. Supreme Court. As many of you may recall, we had filed a motion for an expedited schedule and a motion for an en banc, or full ... [Read Briefing]
March 25, 2011
Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of when President Obama signed the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law, infringing upon states' and individuals' rights and liberties. Within hours, ... [Read Briefing]
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