Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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Oct. 28, 2016
The tragic terrorist attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando reminded Floridians and people around the world that terrorism can happen anywhere. That is why, this week, I announced a new partnership with the Florida ... [Read Briefing]
Oct. 21, 2016
We have made great strides in the fight to end prescription drug abuse in Florida, and this weekend you can play a part in helping us keep dangerous drugs off our streets. Saturday is National Prescription Drug ... [Read Briefing]
Oct. 14, 2016
With Hurricane Matthew bearing down on our east coast, and Florida under a state of emergency, we were forced to cancel our 2016 Human Trafficking Summit. Some forecasters predicted Matthew could make a loop and head ... [Read Briefing]
Oct. 7, 2016
Hurricane Matthew is moving up our east coast and some projections predict it could reenter Florida next week. I urge Floridians to remain vigilant, heed warnings from emergency workers and be prepared with water, food ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 30, 2016
Faced with a synthetic drug gaining popularity and claiming lives in Florida, this week, I signed an emergency rule outlawing this drug known as U-47700. The drug has been present in multiple deaths in our state, but ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 23, 2016
Working with state and local law enforcement, this week, we arrested three individuals on charges of organized fraud, grand theft, conspiracy to commit grand theft, conspiracy to commit organized fraud and money ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 16, 2016
Florida is a zero-tolerance state for human trafficking, and this week I conferenced with key members in the fight to end this horrific crime. Thursday, the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking’s Legislative and ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 9, 2016
It has been a week since Hurricane Hermine made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast, and we continue to deal with the aftermath of the storm’s impact. Parts of Florida remain under a declared state of emergency and my ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 2, 2016
As Hermine moves away from Florida and life begins to return to normal, Floridians should remain vigilant about price gouging and storm related scams. Unfortunately, unscrupulous individuals will use any threat as an ... [Read Briefing]
Aug. 26, 2016
Since taking office, my Medicaid Fraud Control Unit has aggressively investigated allegations of Medicaid fraud and patient abuse across Florida, and this week was no exception. Three separate MFCU investigations ... [Read Briefing]
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