NC Attorney General cautions residents about immigration scams
May 7North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein is cautioning people about an immigration scam that uses Homeland Security telephone numbers and several scamming techniques to steal people’s money.
State Files Comments on WOTUS Rule
April 21The state Department of Environmental Quality and Attorney General Josh Stein have submitted comments on behalf of North Carolina in opposition to the Trump administration’s proposed rollback of water quality regulations.
Attorney General Granted Temporary Restraining Order In Case Against Local Realtor
April 21Attorney General Josh Stein was granted a temporary restraining order against a real estate business involved in a lawsuit he filed alleging unfair and deceptive trade practices.
NC needs new laws to protect data privacy
April 21Fortunately for us, we have an Attorney General in Josh Stein who has demonstrated that he takes big tech’s misuse of our data seriously. Whether we think about these issues every day or not, all of us North Carolinians need our Attorney General to stand up for us.
AG Stein tours new Crisis Intervention Center in Onslow County
April 21North Carolina Attorney General, Josh Stein, visited the new Dix Crisis Intervention Center in Onslow County. The visit was to raise awareness of the opioid crisis in the east.
NC officials kick off statewide campaign in Charlotte to combat state’s opioid crisis
April 21On Thursday, he’ll join North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein, Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles and others to launch a statewide awareness campaign designed to fight opioid addiction, an epidemic that kills five North Carolinians a day.
NC attorney general moves to dismiss Ry-Con owner's bankruptcy filing
April 21The North Carolina attorney general filed a motion to dismiss a bankruptcy filing by the owner of Apex nonprofit Ry-Con Service Dogs, court documents show.
Attorney General moves to limit anti-worker “no poaching” agreements
April 21North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein took an important step forward in protecting both businesses and workers this week by announcing a new multi-state settlement that prohibits several major fast food companies from forcing their employees to sign “no-poaching” agreements …
Attorney General Josh Stein seeks information on opioid-maker family payments
April 21State Attorney General Josh Stein wants Purdue Pharma to provide documents related to money made by the family that owns the company that makes OxyContin.
Bipartisan push to tighten child sex abuse laws
March 7Attorney General Josh Stein joined state lawmakers on Thursday to announce a bill proposing to expand mandatory reporting of child abuse laws and extend the statute of limitations. The proposal, known as the SAFE Child Act, also adds new limits on social media use by registered sex…