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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
AG Jeff Landry: Problem gambling affects people of all races, creeds, and religions. By educating our State’s people of the warning signs of problem gambling, my office and I hope to make Louisiana a safer place.
AG Jeff Landry: Child pornography is an intolerable crime that inflicts lifelong damage to the victims. In conjunction with our law enforcement partners – we will continue working to bring to justice those who possess, distribute, and manufacture sexual abuse images or videos of children.
Dep. Dir. Schober: What was released today are the accusations. Accusations get investigated and decisions concerning discipline are made based on our ability to validate the accusations. Just as our office in criminal matters does not convict people based on accusations, we discipline based on the evidence.
AG Jeff Landry: While I believe these claims are best decided by a full and final adjudication, I will not interfere with a private company seeking relief from the immense uncertainty litigation injects into Louisiana’s energy industry.
Dir. Angelique Freel: As Judge Kelly declared, our office ‘followed the letter of the law…sought guidance from the Court and did everything a public official must do;’ we were ‘not arbitrary or capricious in any way’; we were ‘diligent’ in handling the matter.