Resolutions, Policy Statements and Sign-On Letters
Sign-On letters are policy-oriented letters that are sent to members of Congress or Congressional committees expressing the viewpoint of the signatories.
Letters that have completed the Sign-On process are archived here.
Click the link to view finalized letters.
- >> STOP ADVERTISING VICTIMS OF EXPLOITATION ACT (SAVE ACT, S. 2536) Fifty-three state and territorial attorneys general sent a NAAG letter today to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee leadership, urging them to pass a bill, the Stop Advertising Victims of Exploitation Act (SAVE Act, S. 2536) that would help prevent children from being sold for sex via the Internet. October 20, 2014
- >> AGS SUPPORT FEDERAL BILL PROVIDING RESTITUTION TO CHILD PORNOGRAPHY VICTIMS Forty-four state and territorial attorneys general signed a NAAG letter in support of the Amy and Vicky Child Pornography Victim Restitution Improvement Act and urged the respective U.S. Senate and House committees to bring the bill to a vote. October 15, 2014
- >> CALL-BLOCKING TECHNOLOGIES NEEDED NAAG sent letter today signed by 39 state and territorial attorneys general, urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to allow phone companies to utilize call-blocking technologies that would protect consumers from unwanted calls and scams. September 9, 2014
- >> AGS EXPRESS CONCERN OVER W. VA. BILL STRIPPING AG AUTHORITY NAAG sent a letter signed by 36 state and territorial attorneys general to West Virginia lawmakers expressing deep concerns about a state bill under consideration that would impose strict new standards on the Office of the West Virginia Attorney General. March 7, 2014
- >> AGS SUPPORT FEDERAL PATENT REFORM LEGISLATION NAAG sent a letter today signed by 42 state and territorial attorneys general to U.S. Senate committee leadership offering support for federal patent reform legislation that addresses patent trolls and suggesting some amendments. February 24, 2014
- >> ADDITIONS TO THE TRADE AGREEMENT LETTER ON TOBACCO Three more AG offices join the NAAG letter to the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), which urges him to exclude tobacco from all international trade and investment agreements. Forty-eight state and territorial attorneys general have now signed it. February 5, 2014
- >> U.S. TRADE AGREEMENTS SHOULD NOT APPLY TO TOBACCO Forty-five state and territorial attorneys general sent a letter urging the U.S. trade representative to exclude tobacco and tobacco products when negotiating all international trade and investment agreements. January 27, 2014