|January 10, 2019
Contact: Kylie Mason
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Ashley Moody named one of 10 attorneys general nationally to serve on the National Association of Attorneys General Executive Committee to help lead the bipartisan association. NAAG is made up of all 56 attorneys general from the United States and territories and facilitates the collaboration and execution of national bipartisan efforts among the state attorneys general.
“The National Association of Attorneys General is esteemed for its work in facilitating collaboration among attorneys general,” said Attorney General Moody. “I am honored to help lead this bipartisan association and will work with my fellow attorneys general to protect Floridians and all Americans.”
Attorney General Moody is joined on the executive committee by the attorneys general from Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah, and the District of Columbia. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry serves as the President of the Executive Committee.
To view Attorney General Moody’s NAAG profile, click here.
To view the NAAG Executive Committee Members, click here.
Founded in 1907, NAAG helps attorneys general fulfill the responsibilities of their office and assists in the delivery of high-quality legal services to the states and territorial jurisdictions. NAAG’s members are the 56 state and territorial attorneys general.