NC attorney general files lawsuit against tree company over alleged price gouging in Wilmington
November 22State Attorney General Josh Stein has filed a price gouging lawsuit against a tree trimming operator who allegedly charged a customer in Wilmington more than double the quoted price for services.
North Carolina Attorney General investigating complaints about Hurricane Florence charity scams
November 22North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein said his office has received five complaints involving alleged charity scams.
State AG Josh Stein leads opioid conversation in the Triad
November 22In a room full of educators, elected leaders, first responders and advocates, State Attorney General Josh Stein called on the need for unity to combat the opioid crisis.
AG: Time to address rape-kit testing backlog
November 22In a recent interview at Record & Landmark, N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein lamented the fact that the General Assembly did not give his office enough money to begin going through the backlog.
Josh Stein to Trump EPA: Stop plan to 'censor science' or face a lawsuit
November 22A new rule being considered by the federal Environmental Protection Agency would “censor science,” N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein said Friday, after joining a critical letter to the Trump administration.
AG Stein says 3D printed guns are a 'threat to public safety'
August 3Attorney General Josh Stein says North Carolina is joining the fight against 3D printed guns.
North Carolina AG challenging Duke Energy coal ash charges
August 3North Carolina's top state lawyer is challenging a decision allowing Duke Energy to charge consumers billions of dollars to clean up coal ash dumps while tacking on a potential profit margin.
N.C. joins 17 other states in suing Trump administration over migrant family separations
August 3Seventeen states, including North Carolina, New York and California, sued President Donald Trump's administration Tuesday in an effort to force officials to reunite migrant families who have been separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Editorial: Stein right to go after drug firms as major part of opioid abuse
August 3Stein is right to be assertive and aggressive in making sure that those responsible for this community-wrecking problem are held to account to remedy it. These companies should enter in sincere and expedited negotiations with Stein and other states.
Where's the money to test backlog of rape kits, Josh Stein asks lawmakers
May 31"At the direction of the legislature, my office recently conducted a survey to determine the number of untested sexual assault kits sitting in local law enforcement offices," Stein said. ". . . I have asked the legislature for funding to test these kits and to develop a tracking system to en…