New York Threatens To Sue If The Trump Administration Moves Forward With “Religious Protections” For Medical Workers
Nineteen Democratic attorneys general also wrote a comment on the Trump administration’s proposed rule, saying it threatens health care access, particularly for LGBT and poor patients, and asked for it to be withdrawn.
Cambridge Analytica Has Suspended Its CEO As States Demand Facebook Hand Over Information
The attorneys general in both states are asking Facebook for information concerning its policies and procedures "as they relate to the reported misuse of data" by Cambridge Analytica, whose CEO has been suspended over the scandal.
Retailers Pull Herbal Supplements Following Accusations Of Contamination And False Advertising
The New York state Attorney General this week sent cease-and-desist letters to GNC, Target, Walmart, and Walgreens after testing popular supplements including echinacea and St. John's wort. Some experts have questioned the testing method used by officials.
N.Y. Sues Man For Alleged Cemetery Flooding That Forced Families To Rebury Bodies
The State Attorney General filed a lawsuit against a property owner in Cortland County for desecrating a cemetery. "I went up to my wife's grave and it looked like a ten foot waterfall and we don't have waterfalls here."