Carr Challenges Biden Administration’s Failure to Enforce Title 42 Border Control Measure

Noncompliance reported a month before CDC plans to lift the public health order, follows AG lawsuit to block Title 42 termination

Carr: Prosecution Division Secures Indictment in Cyber Fraud Case

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced the indictment of Borin Khoun on one count of Theft by Taking relating to the defendant’s alleged involvement in a cyber fraud scheme.

AG Carr and Partners Kick Off Annual Fundraiser to Benefit Georgia’s Regional Food Banks

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr, the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the State Bar of Georgia and the Georgia Food Bank Association today kicked off the first day of the 11th Annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy.

Carr Demands Biden Administration Abandon Efforts to Weaken Antidiscrimination Protections for Students, Female Athletes

Department of Education's reported rewrite of Title IX would impact integrity of women's sports, process for addressing sexual harassment on campuses

Carr Files Suit Against Biden Administration's Termination of Immigration Deportation Requirement

Suspension of Title 42 public health policy will likely worsen unprecedented border crisis

Carr Calls on Biden Administration to Increase, Incentivize Domestic Energy Production

AG continues to push back on Keystone XL pipeline cancellation, oil and gas leasing delays, and reckless climate change policies 

Carr Calls on Senate to Reject President Biden’s Nomination for Federal Election Commission

Nominee Lindenbaum sued Georgia on behalf of Stacey Abrams’ Fair Fight with claim that Georgia voting machines ‘switched’ votes from Abrams to Brian Kemp in 2018

Carr: Medicaid Fraud Division Obtains Recoveries in Excess of $85 Million in Enforcement Efforts

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that the office’s Medicaid Fraud Division has obtained civil recoveries totaling more than $68 million since November 2016. Over this same time period, the Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Division has prosecuted more than 60 people for Medicaid fraud and the abuse, neglect and exploitation of older adults, resulting in $17 million in restitution orders in criminal matters.

Carr Joins Multistate Coalition to Uphold Second Amendment

AGs urge U.S. Supreme Court to review and reverse Second Amendment case out of California

Carr: Former GVRA External Affairs Director Pleads Guilty to Identity Fraud, False Statements

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that Robin Folsom, the former director of external affairs for the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA), has pleaded guilty to one count of Identity Fraud and three counts of False Statements. The charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Office of the State Inspector General (OIG) pursuant to a request from the GVRA regarding Folsom’s use of Family Medical Leave.