Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is fighting back against organized retail theft as 70% of store owners nationwide report an increase in crime over the past year. Most of the high-profile, smash-and-grab cases are taking place outside of Florida in cities like San Francisco, where several multi-day crime sprees disrupted holiday shopping.
Attorney General Ashley Moody will address Florida’s business community and share her vision for the future of Florida during her discussion on “Preserving a Crime-Free Environment for Florida Business to Thrive” at the 2021 Florida Chamber Annual Meeting & Future of Florida Forum, October 27-28 at the Hyatt Regency Grand
Florida is suing the Biden Administration in federal district court to overturn the unlawful “Conditional Sailing Order” enacted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “We must allow our cruise liners and their employees to get back to work and safely set sail again,” said Governor Ron DeSantis.
The Florida Supreme Court blocked a voter initiative to ban assault weapons, semiautomatic rifles and shotguns from going to voters in 2022. The Thursday ruling squashed the Ban Assault Weapons Now sponsored constitutional amendment because of deceptive language and the clause grandfathering weapon ownership to the owner only, not the
Monster Vape Labs and Lizard Juice are just two of the 21 vaping companies caught for illegally selling vape products in Florida and marketing to teens. Now, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody took legal action against the companies, also noting that they are not properly verifying the age of their customers. “I am appalled
Florida’s three United States Attorneys today joined with Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody to warn scam artists that they will vigorously pursue anyone trying to capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic by cheating Florida consumers, especially the state’s vulnerable elders. The federal law enforcement team is now actively collaborating and cooperating
On Wednesday, Attorney General Ashley Moody announced a major investigation into more than 20 vaping companies doing business in Florida. The announcement comes after Attorney General Moody concluded a statewide fact-gathering mission into the dramatic increase in vaping among Florida youth. Attorney General Ashley Moody said, “As a mother, I cannot