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  • 5/18/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Declares Obama Transgender Mandate Unlawful Federal Overreach

General Landry: President Obama and his appointees do not have legal authority to require our children to share locker rooms and bathrooms with children of the opposite sex.

  • 5/13/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Urges Consumers to Be Wary of Phishing Attacks

General Landry: Phishing attacks can occur through multiple sources including text messages, email, and social media. Scammers send bogus messages in hopes of convincing recipients to send money or to open attachments and hyperlinks to fake websites.

  • 5/12/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Reaches Settlement With Michigan Company That Deceived Thousands of Louisiana Businesses

General Landry: Deceiving hard-working entrepreneurs and business owners is not acceptable; and my office is committed to bringing scammers engaging in fraud, corruption, and unfair trade practices to justice.

  • 5/11/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Arrests Two Women on Medicaid Fraud Charges

General Landry: Our office is committed to protecting our State’s resources and vigorously prosecuting the criminals who defraud Louisiana.

  • 5/10/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Educates Louisiana Seniors on Scams

General Landry: From telemarketing fraud to sweepstakes fraud, fake check scams to living trust scams – the best way to protect seniors and their loved ones is to become familiar with the kinds of tactics and schemes that con artists ordinarily use.

  • 5/4/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Applauds Louisiana House Passage of Sanctuary City Legislation

General Landry: I applaud the House of Representatives for passing HB 1148 and HB 453, common-sense bills that uphold the rule of law and get justice for victims of crime.

  • 5/3/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Announces $137 Million Tobacco Payment to Louisiana

General Landry: By properly enforcing the tobacco settlement, our office has protected the substantial annual MSA payment to Louisiana. I am proud of our team’s tireless effort to secure this much-needed revenue for the State.

  • 4/28/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Statement on Mays Conviction by Lincoln Parish Jury

General Landry: Today’s verdict would not be possible without the brave victim’s courageous efforts. I am thankful for her assistance, and I am proud of the prosecutorial work done by my Criminal Division.

  • 4/27/2016

New Orleans Mayor Landrieu and Obama White House Likely Violated Federal Law in Lack of Immigration Enforcement

General Landry: The citizens of our State and those who travel here from across the world deserve a Louisiana where government officials are not actively undermining the rule of law.

  • 4/26/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Arrests Two Bossier Men on Over 600 Counts of Child Pornography

General Landry: Child pornography exploits the most vulnerable victims. My office is committed to arresting those who prey on children.

  • 4/25/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Arrests Five for Medicaid Fraud in Louisiana

General Landry: My office and I are committed to rooting out fraud wherever it exists. We will do all we can to protect the Medicaid program for people who really need the help.

  • 4/22/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Arrests Two Northwest Louisiana Men on Child Pornography Charges

General Landry: Child exploitation is a real problem that affects too many of our State's most innocent. My office is committed to investigating and arresting those who prey on our children.

  • 4/21/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Fights to Prohibit Sanctuary Cities in Louisiana

General Landry: Sanctuary policies encourage further illegal immigration, undermine anti-terrorism efforts, and promote an underground economy that sabotages the tax base. They also waste much-needed public resources as they force the federal government to find and arrest deportable criminals already taken into custody by local law enforcement.

  • 4/19/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Recognizes Fair Housing Month

General Landry: My Office will enforce the Louisiana Equal Housing Opportunity Act and we will work hard in the investigation, conciliation, and judicial enforcement of fair housing claims

  • 4/14/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Fights to Save Veterans Memorial

General Landry: As a veteran, I stand with millions of others in eternal gratitude and respect for the departed’s military service. To remove veterans memorials would dishonor their sacrifice and create the very kind of religiously based divisiveness that the Establishment Clause seeks to avoid.

  • 4/13/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Announces Four Guilty Pleas on Defrauding Medicaid

General Landry: Every time someone defrauds the Medicaid program, resources are taken away from the poor and money away from the taxpayers. This unlawful and immoral act will be prosecuted as our office is committed to ruling out fraud, waste, and abuse in Medicaid.

  • 4/5/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Arrests Two New Orleans Men on Over 650 Counts of Child Pornography

General Landry: Child exploitation is real and appalling. My office is committed to taking those who prey on our innocent youth off the streets.

  • 4/5/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns of Potential Price Gouging

General Landry: Louisiana law is clear; price gouging is illegal, and I will investigate and prosecute price gougers to the fullest extent of the law.

  • 3/31/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns Natural Disasters Can Affect Both Tenants and Landlords

General Landry: From deposits to leases, maintenance to repairs – it is critical for tenants and landlords understand their responsibilities and obligations as they work to pick up the pieces from the recent flooding.

  • 3/30/2016

Attorney General Jeff Landry Slams Al Gore’s Coalition

General Landry: It is one thing to use the legal system to pursue public policy outcomes; but it is quite another to use prosecutorial weapons to intimidate critics, silence free speech, or chill the robust exchange of ideas.