SG Liz Murrill: As a mom and an attorney, I know this is one of the most important fights before us as our State’s children are being harmed on social media with relentless content of sex, drugs, alcohol, and more.
SG Liz Murrill: This is a significant opportunity for the American people to be heard in the highest court of the land. It also grants us an opportunity to affirm once and for all that the government is not permitted to use the government-speech doctrine to muffle the expression of disfavored viewpoints.
AG Jeff Landry: We regret that Israel’s pursuit of justice and self-defense will cost lives. But responsibility for every life lost in this conflict can be laid at the feet of the cowardly Hamas leadership, residing in comfort in Doha, and their murderous servants. We pray for peace and safety for Israel and the rest of the Middle East.
AG Jeff Landry: From verbal attacks to physical attacks and social bullying to cyber bullying, these forms of hostile behavior harm kids emotionally and physically. Together, we can stop bullying in our schools and positively impact the lives of our students.
AG Jeff Landry: The Board of Pardons should not sacrifice the rule of law, the rights of victims, and the public’s participation simply to achieve the Governor’s political objective. The laws on our books must be enforced and proper procedure must be followed.
AG Jeff Landry: This is a significant victory for the American people. And it confirms what we have said from the very beginning: the federal government is not permitted to engage in viewpoint censorship, no matter your political ideology.
AG Jeff Landry: Crime is ravaging our State; and instead of doing more to increase public safety, some officials have been fueling the fire. I am proud to fight for crime victims; and today, we ensured they receive the justice they were promised.
AG Jeff Landry: We pray for our farmers, our timber industry, our land, and our people. We pray for safety and water; we pray for nourishment and calm; we pray for our first responders; and we pray for our neighbors we have lost and the families they leave behind.
AG Jeff Landry: It is absolutely awful to see our elderly friends, family, and neighbors being taken advantage by fraudsters. So my office and I will continue to do all we can to educate seniors on how to best recognize scams and con artists to avoid becoming fraud victims.
AG Jeff Landry: John Bel Edwards has been Governor for nearly eight years; and now, in the waning days of his tenure, he is trying to circumvent the established legal process to commute the death sentences of Louisiana’s most heinous criminals.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry’s landmark lawsuit against President Joe Biden and numerous high-ranking officials across multiple federal agencies will have a major court hearing on Thursday afternoon at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans.
AG Jeff Landry: I commend the team from my office who worked diligently to get this verdict, especially AAG Daniel Smart and AAG Payal Patel. My office and I will continue to do all we can to make Louisiana a safer place.
AG Jeff Landry: My office will continue to support crime victims and bring offenders to justice — no matter their position of authority. It is our hope that this conviction will provide some closure to his victims.