The National Review posits that the Missouri Attorney General’s Office is stumbling. Here’s a couple examples of us “stumbling” this week alone:
In an effort to enforce the laws as written, my office and 24 other state attorneys general filed suit over a Department of Labor rule that would allow 401(k) managers to direct their clients’ money to ESG (Environmental Social Governance) investments.
Thanks for all you do @MissouriSoybean to safeguard one of our state's top industries: agriculture.
I enjoyed speaking with your members about the actions my office will take to protect Missouri farmers.
Thanks @MoProsecutors for having me to talk about securing our streets and wrapping our arms around victims across the state. As a former prosecutor in Warren County, I know firsthand the critical work you do every day.
My office stands ready and willing to assist when needed.
"Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry called on the court to order CISA, a component of the Department of Homeland Security, to disclose documents and obtain testimony from five CISA employees."