Carr Joins 10-State Lawsuit Against Biden Over His Social Cost of Carbon Executive Order

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr joined 9 other state attorneys general in suing to prevent the Biden Administration from carrying out an act of executive overreach that will kill thousands of jobs throughout the country and threatens to impose more burdens and harms on the American people.

Carr: Coalition of Attorneys General Urges Biden to Abandon Court-Packing Scheme

ATLANTA, GA –A multistate coalition of 20 attorneys general today wrote to President Joe Biden and congressional leaders to voice strong concerns, and opposition to, the recent steps towards packing the U.S. Supreme Court. Judicial independence is a core tenet of our judicial system and the bulwark upholding our rights and liberties. Recent actions by some members of Congress and President Biden threaten the independence of our federal judicial system and the rule of law. 

Carr Advises Caution When Choosing Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is warning Georgia consumers that a number of sellers of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids are making deceptive and misleading claims about the safety and effectiveness of their products.

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

ATLANTA, GA –Today marks the first day of the 10th Annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy, a two-week virtual fundraising drive fortified by Georgia’s legal community, benefitting the state’s regional food banks. The online event is presented by the Office of the Attorney General and the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the State Bar of Georgia, and the Georgia Food Bank Association. The competition has historically been timed to stock the food banks for the surge they experience during the summer when kids are out of school and eating more meals at home. This year and last, the Legal Food Frenzy is focused on helping the food banks respond to the unremitting increase in the number of Georgians in need of food assistance due to economic effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Carr Leads Coalition of 22 AGs in Opposing D.C. Statehood

ATLANTA, GA - Attorney General Chris Carr is co-leading coalition of 22 attorneys general in sending a letter to President Biden and congressional leadership opposing bills to make the District of Columbia a state.

Carr: Public Integrity and White Collar Crime Unit Indicts Three for Public Corruption Charges

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that the office’s Public Integrity and White Collar Crime Unit has indicted* three former state employees for public corruption charges. A Fulton County Grand Jury returned all three indictments on April 8, 2021.

Carr Joins 14-State Letter Against Bill That Would Require Workers to Join Unions

ATLANTA, GA - Attorney General Chris Carr has joined a 14-state coalition of attorneys general in sending a letter to U.S. Senate leaders opposing a pro-union bill. The Protecting the Right to Organize Act of 2021 (PRO Act) would negate state right-to-work laws and require workers to pay union dues in order to keep their jobs.

Carr and GaDPH Warn of Covid-19 Vaccine Scams

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr and the Georgia Department of Health are again warning Georgians that scammers have been trying to exploit the vaccine rollout by calling, texting or emailing consumers asking for payment for the promise of getting the vaccine, scheduling an appointment or getting on the waiting list. 

Carr Celebrates April as Financial Literacy Month in Georgia

ATLANTA, GA – In honor of Financial Literacy Month in Georgia, Attorney General Chris Carr is encouraging Georgians to take advantage of the educational resources available through the Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division.

Carr Fights Unlawful Sales of Fake Vaccination Cards

ATLANTA, GA - Attorney General Carr today called on Twitter, eBay, and Shopify to help state attorneys general prevent people from selling fraudulent CDC vaccination cards on their platforms. A bipartisan coalition of 45 attorneys general raised concerns about the public health risks of these fake cards in a letter to the companies’ CEOs.