Attorney General's Week In Review
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July 1, 2022
This week, in recognition of National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Day, I urged any law enforcement officer who may be struggling, to seek help. According to reports, approximately 100,000 officers in the ... [Read Briefing]
June 24, 2022
Summer is here and so are the scorching temperatures. Floridians, especially our seniors, cannot endure the hot Florida summer without air conditioning. So, when an HVAC unit malfunctions, they must rush to have their ... [Read Briefing]
June 17, 2022
This week, I issued a warning for parents—drug dealers are using social media to sell dangerous, sometimes deadly substances to kids. Minors may be increasingly susceptible to these digital dealers during the summer, ... [Read Briefing]
June 10, 2022
This week, I helped the Florida Association of Crime Stoppers kick off its annual conference. The association is such an important partner in our efforts to encourage citizens to engage with law enforcement to build ... [Read Briefing]
June 3, 2022
This week, we celebrated the grand opening of a new Seniors vs. Crime office in Tampa. This new office will help facilitate more face-to-face assistance for Floridians in an area with a large and growing senior ... [Read Briefing]
May 27, 2022
The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season is just days away, officially beginning June 1. Last year saw 21 named storms develop, including seven hurricanes, marking the third most active season on record. Experts are ... [Read Briefing]
May 20, 2022
This week, we recognized National Police Week by continuing our Thin Line Tribute initiative at Florida Highway Patrol Troop C headquarters in Tampa. I launched the Thin Line Tribute one year ago this month to recognize ... [Read Briefing]
May 13, 2022
May is Elder Law Month. It’s also Older Americans Month. This week, we recognized the occasions by highlighting some of the ways our office protects seniors. Millions of seniors call Florida home, and we want to make ... [Read Briefing]
May 6, 2022
This week, we secured a commitment of more than $680 million through our efforts to hold Walgreens accountable for its role in fueling the opioid crisis. Walgreens is the final defendant in our litigation challenging ... [Read Briefing]
April 29, 2022
Florida is now experiencing an influx of new synthetic drugs—some even more powerful than fentanyl. This week, I filed an emergency rule to outlaw eight synthetic opioids known as nitazenes, adding these dangerous drugs ... [Read Briefing]
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