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.
AG Jeff Landry: Child pornography is a heinous crime that inflicts lifelong damage to the victims. My office and I are committed to investigating and arresting those who exploit our children, no matter their professions or positions.
AG Jeff Landry: Child pornography is a horrific crime that repeatedly victimizes children. My office will continue doing everything in our authority to find and arrest those that manufacture, distribute, and possess sexual abuse images and videos of children.
AG Jeff Landry: According to the Federal Trade Commission, consumers lost more than $200 million to romance scams in 2019—up nearly 40% since 2018. It is important for Louisiana consumers to recognize the warning signs of phony profiles and be proactive in guarding personal information.
AG Jeff Landry: The Legislature even unanimously passed a law expressly reaffirming that the home is not school property and discipline policies cannot treat it the same. The Board's dogged insistence upon continuing to do so is not only senseless and wrong, but it is also a waste of taxpayer dollars.
AG Jeff Landry: This is a great start in holding accountable those who have stoked the fire of the opioid crisis. My office and I will continue working to treat the addicted, relieve their families, and protect the public from this horrific epidemic.
AG Jeff Landry: Every American has a God-given, fundamental right to self-defense; whether a person is inside or outside his home has no bearing on that right. New York’s restrictive policies decrease public safety and violate the Second Amendment.
AG Jeff Landry: Access should never be able to supersede safety. I will continue to defend laws that ensure the health and safety of women and girls from abortion providers in Louisiana who do not comply with the laws and regulations of our State.