Carr Files Suit Against Biden Administration’s Dangerous and Unlawful Immigration Policy

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr has joined with two attorneys general in filing suit against the Biden administration’s dangerous and unlawful immigration policy. As issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the policy seeks to avoid the deportation of many illegal immigrants, including those convicted of drug trafficking, domestic assault and other criminal offenses.

Carr Joins Multistate Coalition Urging TikTok, Snapchat to Strengthen Parental Controls

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr has joined a bipartisan coalition of 44 attorneys general to urge TikTok and Snapchat to strengthen parental controls by providing parents with the ability to monitor their children’s social media usage and ultimately protect them from online threats.

AG Carr, Gov. Kemp File Suit Challenging Biden Administration’s Unlawful Transportation Mask Mandate

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr and Governor Brian Kemp have filed a lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s mask mandate for public transportation and transportation hubs. As enacted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this mandate applies to airplanes, trains, buses, ships and other modes of transportation. Specifically, the rule requires that masks be worn by all personnel and passengers two years of age and older.

Carr: Gang Prosecution Legislation Gets Final Passage, Provides Additional Resource to Keep Georgians Safe

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr commends the final passage of HB 1134, legislation that provides the Office of the Attorney General with concurrent jurisdiction to prosecute criminal gang activity statewide. This legislation is reinforced by Governor Brian Kemp's budget proposal to create the state's first-ever Gang Prosecution Unit in the Attorney General's Office. 

Carr: Final Passage of SB 500 Positions State to Receive Roughly $636 Million for Opioid Treatment, Prevention

Legislation entitles Georgia to immediately collect approximately $66 million under opioid agreement

Mavis Tire Supply Enters into Settlement

ATLANTA, GA – Mavis Tire Supply, LLC entered into a settlement on March 15, 2022, with the Georgia Department of Law resolving allegations that the company, which has over 50 locations in Georgia alone, engaged in unlawful and deceptive practices in the course of its vehicle repairs and its sale of automotive parts.

Carr Recognizes National Sunshine Week, Continues to Champion Open Government in Georgia

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is recognizing March 13-19, 2022, as National Sunshine Week and reinforcing to all public officials the importance of continuing to operate openly and transparently.

Carr Demands Biden Administration Rescind Head Start Mask Mandate

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr and 22 of his colleagues today sent a letter demanding the Biden administration immediately rescind its mask mandate for all programs funded by Head Start, including some programs administered by Georgia’s Department of Early Care and Learning. Specifically, the mandate requires masks be worn by all Head Start children two years of age and older, even when outdoors.

Carr Announces Indictment in Chatham County for Theft by Taking

ATLANTA, GA — Attorney General Chris Carr today announced the indictment of Carl Motin on three counts of Theft by Taking. Motin is alleged to have overpaid his taxes by knowingly writing checks on an account with insufficient funds and to have subsequently cashed the refund checks.

Carr Announces Settlement with Former Telemarketing Companies and Owner

Evergreen Publishing Group, Readers Services alleged to have committed deceptive business acts against older and disabled adults