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2012 Election Results and Post Election Discussion

Posted in 2012 Elections, Attorneys General, Congress, Governors, Legislatures (State), Mayors

By Eric Tanenblatt and Joseph Dowley With the 2012 elections concluded, we are pleased to provide this recap of the Presidential, Congressional, and State race results. We also invite you to click here to download a full report from our updated 50 State Resource Center, a comprehensive database focusing on economic and political affairs in… Continue Reading

State Attorneys General: 2012 Election Preview

Posted in 2012 Elections, Attorneys General

By Thurbert Baker and Jane Moffat MLA’s National State Attorneys General Practice is pleased to share the following thoughts and predictions about what to expect across the country in the upcoming November State Attorney General elections. Last year, we saw statewide elections of Attorneys General (AGs) in three states. Kentucky and Mississippi reelected Democratic AGs last… Continue Reading

Attorneys General Spring Meeting: ‘State-Federal Partnership’ Theme Is the Message

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By Thurbert Baker The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) convened last week in Washington, DC for its annual Spring Meeting. As a former Attorney General and president of NAAG, I know my fellow AGs really enjoy these gatherings. The informal setting provides a great opportunity to exchange experiences and to learn from one another. Camaraderie,… Continue Reading