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  • 5/16/2024

Attorney General Murrill and DA Jones announce a former coach has pleaded guilty to multiple sex offenses in Red River Parish; sentenced to 23 years

The abrupt end to a five-year prosecution effort for District Attorney Jones and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office was a victory for the people of Red River Parish.

  • 5/14/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill shares concerns about the EPA's recent draft risk evaluation for formaldehyde

Formaldehyde is a critical building block used to produce many products in many industries. Across the agricultural industry, formaldehyde helps American families access safe meat, poultry, and aquaculture products. It also helps protect livestock against diseases that can cause catastrophic economic losses for farming operations across the United States.

  • 5/14/2024

Attorneys General Liz Murrill and Lynn Fitch file suit to promote strong accommodations for pregnant workers – while respecting State laws that protect life

Attorneys General Liz Murrill (Louisiana) and Lynn Fitch (Mississippi), filed suit today challenging the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) attempt to hijack the protections of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act to promote the Biden administration’s effort to impose a national abortion regime.

  • 5/10/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill announces $10.25 million settlement with wireless carriers

Attorney General Liz Murrill announced an $10.25 million 50-jurisdiction settlement with AT&T Mobility, LLC, Cricket Wireless, LLC, T-Mobile USA, Inc., Cellco Partnership, d/b/a Verizon Wireless, and TracFone Wireless, Inc. (collectively, the “Wireless Carriers”), which resolves the state attorneys general investigations into the Wireless Carriers’ deceptive and misleading advertising practices.

  • 5/9/2024

Attorney General Murrill Urges Congress to Defund Terrorist-tied U.N. Agency

"Tax dollars from the hard-working men and women of Louisiana should not be funding an organization tied to the terror organization Hamas. I join my fellow attorneys general in calling for the United States Congress to permanently ban American funding to the United Nation’s Relief and Works Agency."

  • 5/2/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill sues the Biden administration over unlawful ban on private firearms sales

Just weeks ago, the Justice Department expanded rules requiring background checks and licenses for private gun sales. The ATF’s new final rule could shutdown gun shows and prohibit any private gun transactions between everyday citizens.

  • 4/30/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill claims victory in baseless challenge to Louisiana’s oil and gas permitting decisions

A three-judge panel dismissed the Sierra Club’s frivolous challenge to Louisiana’s approval of permits for an LNG export facility along the Calcasieu Ship Channel.

  • 4/29/2024

Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill files lawsuit against U.S. Department of Education’s new Title IX regulations to defend women & girls from discrimination

For more than 50 years, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has protected the rights of both sexes to fully participate in our education system without being subjected to discrimination on the basis of “sex”—a term Congress intentionally used to refer to the basic biological distinction between the human male and human female.

  • 4/25/2024

Jena man arrested for possession of child porn and sexual abuse of animals

This arrest was a result of an investigation conducted by Attorney General Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit, Caldwell Parish Sheriff’s Office, and Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • 4/22/2024

Statement from Attorney General Liz Murrill on new Title IX rules

"Joe Biden’s extreme gender ideology is a threat to the safety and dignity of women and girls. The people - who can’t even tell you what a woman is - just killed Title IX. This won’t stand - lawsuit coming soon."

  • 4/17/2024

Tips from Attorney General Liz Murrill on hiring a roofer after the storm

Following the EF2 tornado that hit parts of Slidell last Wednesday, Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill wants to make sure people avoid roofing scams.

  • 4/17/2024

Attorney General Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit arrests Sorrento man on pornography involving juveniles & sexual abuse of an animal charges

This arrest was a result of a joint investigation with the Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill's Cyber Crime Unit, the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office and Homeland Security Investigations.

  • 4/12/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill’s Office obtains 36 count grand jury indictment for Evangeline Parish Alderman

Prosecutors with Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill’s Office obtained a 36 count grand jury indictment in Evangeline Parish on Wednesday, April 10, regarding voter fraud between May and November of 2022 during the general election.

  • 4/12/2024

Two Covington men behind bars for crimes against children after joint investigation led by Attorney General Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit

Both arrests were a result of a joint undercover chat operation by Attorney General Liz Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit, Homeland Security Investigations, St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, Covington Police Department, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office, Mandeville Police Department, United States Secret Service, and the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • 4/11/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill’s Consumer Tips for Natural Disaster victims

Many homes, structures and businesses were damaged following the severe storms and tornadoes that moved across a large part of Louisiana on Tuesday morning, April 11. Attorney General Liz Murrill is alerting consumers about home repair scams and other disaster fraud schemes, to ensure they are receiving the necessary services needed to repair the damage.

  • 4/9/2024

Tax season is underway, don't fall victim to scams

This year, federal Tax Day falls on Monday, April 15th. Here are some common scams to be aware of from the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division.

  • 4/5/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill files rehearing application after Louisiana Supreme Court strikes down child sex abuse law

The policy in question was passed unanimously by the legislature, and signed by the governor in 2021.

  • 4/5/2024

Hammond man arrested by Liz Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit for first degree rape of child, other charges

This arrest was a result of a joint investigation with the Attorney General Liz Murrill’s Cyber Crime Unit, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • 3/28/2024

Statement from Attorney General Liz Murrill on lawsuit challenging FEMA’s Risk Rating 2.0

The judge ruled that all but one of our claims can move forward. In doing so, he recognized the irreparable harm that these rates are causing policyholders across Louisiana and the nation.

  • 3/21/2024

Attorney General Liz Murrill Leads Coalition of 16 States Against Biden’s Attack on LNG

Biden’s decision causes serious harm to Plaintiff States, local communities counting on LNG-related investment, and the energy sector itself. This ban will also disrupt the development and production of natural gas and gives us no choice but to turn to the courts to enforce the law.