36 attorneys general press Congress to clarify when law enforcement can obtain email data stored on foreign servers

(DES MOINES, Iowa) Attorney General Tom Miller today joined a bipartisan group of state attorneys general in urging Congress to clarify how U.S. law enforcement pursuing domestic criminal investigations can access electronic data stored overseas.

Attorneys General: sexual harassment victims have a right to their day in court

(DES MOINES, Iowa) Attorney General Tom Miller today joined a bipartisan coalition of 56 states and territories in urging Congress to end secret, forced arbitration in cases of workplace sexual harassment.

Miller also joins friend of the court brief challenging acting CFPB director appointment

Bipartisan group urges Congress to repeal Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act

DES MOINES – Attorney General Tom Miller joined 43 state and territorial attorneys general in urging Congress to repeal a 2016 federal law to enable the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to act against registered drug manufacturers and distributors that willfully contribute to the nation’s oversupply of prescription pain killers.

VietNow, also known as VeteransNow, raised money in Iowa; charity claimed donations would help local vets, but had no local programs

States, including Iowa, allege broad, industry-wide understanding among numerous drug manufacturers to restrain competition and raise prices on 15 generic drugs; senior executives named

Attorneys general: Bump stocks can mimic fully automatic fire, lead to “disastrous consequences in the wrong hands”

DES MOINES – Expressing extreme concern about the role “bump stocks” played in the recent Las Vegas tragedy, Attorney General Tom Miller today joined a bipartisan group of attorneys general in urging Congressional leaders to close a loophole in current federal gun laws.

LIBOR manipulation hurt government entities and not-for-profits in Iowa and nationwide; IPERS to receive $112,800

Multistate investigation probes whether opioid manufacturers and distributors engaged in unlawful practices in the marketing, sale, and distribution of opioids

DES MOINES – A bipartisan group of state attorneys general, including Attorney General Tom Miller, is expanding a multistate investigation into the manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioid drugs as part of a widespread probe into the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Consumers report failed attempts to contact Equifax call center; attorneys general express concerns over company’s terms and conditions to services offered to affected consumers, fees, and public messaging