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  • 5/4/2021

Defending State Sovereignty, Attorney General Jeff Landry Files Suit over American Rescue Plan Act

AG Jeff Landry: I will continue to do all that I can to ensure the federal government does not usurp Louisiana’s constitutional authority to govern itself.

  • 4/30/2021

Over $3.6M in Suboxone Settlement Funding Headed to Louisiana

AG Jeff Landry: The opioid epidemic remains a crisis in Louisiana, and companies who have misrepresented their drugs’ effects have exacerbated the problem.

  • 4/29/2021

Now Is A Great Time to Talk to Your Kids About Underage Drinking: Attorney General Jeff Landry Encourages Conversations, Education

AG Jeff Landry: One way we can all work together to make Louisiana a safer place is to talk to our children about the dangers and consequences of underage drinking.

  • 4/27/2021

Bunk Bed, Science Kit Among List of Recently Recalled Child Products

AG Jeff Landry: As the State’s chief legal officer, I am committed to doing all that I can to make Louisiana a safer place to raise our families. For the safety of our State’s youth – I encourage everyone to heed notice of these recalls and remedies.

  • 4/26/2021

Legislation to Expand and Improve Drug Courts Unanimously Passes Louisiana Senate

AG Jeff Landry: By working together, Republican and Democrat – we are one step closer to investing the settlements, judgments, and penalties recovered by our State as a result of the opioid crisis into saving resources, lives, and families across Louisiana.

  • 4/22/2021

American Economy and Way of Life Threatened by Biden Overreach, Attorney General Jeff Landry Leads Multistate Lawsuit to Fight Back

AG Jeff Landry: Joe Biden’s executive order should alarm every American. If left unchecked, the President could use this destructive cost structure to justify almost anything.

  • 4/21/2021

Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, Attorney General Jeff Landry Encourages Public Participation

AG Jeff Landry: Prescription Drug Take-Back Day gives every Louisianan the opportunity to make their communities safer by keeping drugs out of the wrong hands.

  • 4/19/2021

Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Unanimously Passes Senate Committee

AG Jeff Landry: When enacted – this bill will reduce crime, reduce drug use, and reduce costs to taxpayers.

  • 4/16/2021

St. Tammany Parish Men Arrested for Internet Crimes Against Children

AG Jeff Landry: My office and I will continue doing everything we legally can to protect the children of Louisiana. We will continue to collaborate with our local, state, and federal partners to bring child predators to justice.

  • 4/13/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Asking Public For Help Amid Child Pornography Arrest Lafayette

AG Jeff Landry: This is an ongoing investigation. I encourage anyone with information regarding Mr. Osmer to call my Cyber Crime Unit toll-free at 1-800-256-4506; callers may remain anonymous.

  • 4/7/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Sues Joe Biden Over Release of Criminal Aliens

AG Jeff Landry: The President's refusal to enforce the law only worsens an already dire border crisis. Law and order must prevail; dangerous and violent criminal aliens must not be allowed to roam free in our communities.

  • 4/2/2021

Defending Second Amendment, Attorney General Jeff Landry Files Legal Brief Against Radical Anti-Gun Rights Law

AG Jeff Landry: As radical leftist lawmakers in California and beyond persist in their attempts to legislatively overrule our constitutional rights, I will continue to stand strong in defense of our right to keep and bear arms.

  • 4/1/2021

Fake COVID Vaccine Cards Sold Online, Attorney General Jeff Landry Issues Warning

AG Jeff Landry: The false and deceptive marketing and sales of fake COVID vaccine cards threatens the health of our communities, slows progress in getting our residents protected from the virus, and is a violation of the laws of many states.

  • 3/30/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Defends Religious Liberties that Joe Biden Abandoned

AG Jeff Landry: Religious liberty is a foundational American principle. I have always worked to protect this fundamental right, and I will not stand by as the Biden Administration refuses to defend it.

  • 3/26/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns Louisiana Patients to Avoid Hearing Aid Scams

AG Jeff Landry: Louisiana patients in the marketplace should be mindful that some sellers pushing "innovations" may not have the best of intentions.

  • 3/24/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Leads 13-State Coalition to Stop the Biden Ban on American Energy

AG Jeff Landry: By executive fiat, Joe Biden and his administration have single-handedly driven the price of energy up – costing the American people where it hurts most, in their pocketbooks.

  • 3/19/2021

Baton Rouge Man Arrested for Internet Crimes Against Children

AG Jeff Landry: My office and I remain committed to protecting Louisiana's children from predators. We will continue to collaborate with our law enforcement partners to make our State a safer place.

  • 3/17/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Sues Biden Administration for Illegitimate Keystone Cancellation

AG Jeff Landry: Whether off Louisiana’s coast or in Montana’s shale fields, drilling equals jobs. I will continue to do all that I can to defend those jobs and the Constitution from abusive federal overreach.

  • 3/17/2021

Attorney General Jeff Landry Urges Biden Administration to Respect Louisiana’s Ability to Cut Taxes

AG Jeff Landry: We can not allow the federal government to usurp Louisiana’s constitutional authority to govern itself. If we do, it will be the end of state sovereignty.

  • 3/16/2021

New, Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Legislation Announced by Attorney General Jeff Landry, Senator Rick Ward, Representative Denise Marcelle, and Other Members of the Drug and Specialty Courts Commission

AG Jeff Landry: This is not a Republican bill or a Democrat bill; rather, it is a Louisiana bill and it is one that will reduce crime, reduce drug use, and reduce costs to taxpayers.