ICYMI: Missouri AG Eric Schmitt Stands Up for First Amendment Establishment Clause Protections in High School Football Public Prayer Lawsuit

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This week, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt sent a letter of support to the Superintendent of the Cameron R-1 School District after a lawsuit was filed against the school by an out of state anti-religion extremist organization alleging that voluntary team prayer before football games is unconstitutional. AG Schmitt points out in his letter that the threats from Freedom from Religion Foundation “ring … Read More

ICYMI: South Carolina AG Wilson Defends Second Amendment from Mike Bloomberg’s Co-Chair

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Columbia, S.C. Mayor Steve Benjamin, Mike Bloomberg’s campaign co-chair, has been taking a page out of the former New York City mayor’s playbook, imposing unconstitutional firearms restrictions on residents and South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is going to bat for the Second Amendment and firearm owners, in response. Despite a South Carolina state law that bars counties and municipalities from creating “any ordinance that … Read More

Republican Attorneys General Association Announces New Leadership Team for 2020

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The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) today announced the election of a new leadership team that is well equipped to lead RAGA’s efforts in the 10 states that will hold attorney general (AG) races in 2020. These changes come after outgoing Chairman Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton led RAGA during 2019, a historic year where Republican candidates won all three … Read More

RAGA Denounces Democrats’ Extremist Pledge to Only Endorse Candidates Who Support Unlimited Right to Abortion

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The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Executive Director Adam Piper today issued the following statement in response to the pledge by the Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) to impose a new litmus test and only endorse candidates who publicly support the unlimited right to abortion: “The only litmus test for an attorney general should be a belief in the rule … Read More

RAGA Congratulates Lynn Fitch on Being Elected Mississippi Attorney General

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Lynn Fitch ended nearly 150 years of Democrat control of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office tonight and made history, as the first woman elected to the post. Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Chairman and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released the following statement congratulating Fitch on her victory. “Mississippi voters know Lynn Fitch is a strong advocate for the Magnolia State and isn’t … Read More

RAGA Congratulates Daniel Cameron on Being Elected Kentucky Attorney General

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History was made in Kentucky tonight, as Daniel Cameron was elected Attorney General. Not only is Cameron going to be the Commonwealth’s first African American Attorney General, he will be the first Republican Attorney General since 1948. Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Chairman and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released the following statement congratulating Cameron on his victory. “Kentucky voters sent a strong … Read More

ICYMI: USA Today: House Democrats are just trying to invalidate the 2016 election of President Donald Trump

Kelly LacoNews

Americans, not Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff, will decide for themselves who they want to lead this country: Opposing view By: Matt Whitaker and Jeff Landry Elections have consequences. The same goes for Republicans as it goes for Democrats. Our Founding Fathers envisioned divisive days like today. However, they did not envision that once the votes were counted and the … Read More

ICYMI: South Carolina AG Alan Wilson and Rule of Law Defense Fund Host Policy Panel on Climate Change Litigation and Public Nuisance Lawsuits

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On Thursday, the Rule of Law Defense Fund — the public policy organization for issues relevant to the nation’s Republican attorneys general that promotes the rule of law, federalism, and freedom in a civil society — hosted its latest Washington Policy Series (WPS) event. WPS brings together stakeholders of diverse backgrounds and viewpoints to discuss public policy matters of importance … Read More

Lynn Fitch “Best for Business and Jobs” in Race for Mississippi AG

Kelly LacoNews

The contrast between the two candidates in the race for Mississippi Attorney General could not be clearer. Lynn Fitch is a conservative Republican committed to the rule of law and defending the Constitution. Fitch’s liberal Democrat opponent is completely out of touch with Mississippi, courting support from Hollywood and national liberals like Kamala Harris. When it comes to promoting and protecting … Read More

11 Highlights from Last Night’s Kentucky Attorney General Debate

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Last night, conservative Republican Attorney General candidate Daniel Cameron trounced his liberal Democratic opponent, Greg Stumbo, in the race’s first debate. The debate, hosted by Kentucky Educational Television, had a clear winner: Daniel Cameron. Below are 11 highlights from the debate. Daniel Cameron showed that he is law enforcement’s choice, not only by highlighting his endorsement from the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and Commonwealth … Read More