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New York attorney general launches effort to guarantee transgender people access to health care

New York's attorney general has started a program to ensure transgender individuals have equal access to health care. Eric Schneiderman's office announced the initiative Friday. Staffers with the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Schneiderman proposes expanding free birth control to men

Insurers would be required to increase free access to contraceptives in New York under expanded-coverage requirements proposed by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman as federal officials seek to... To view the full story, click the title link.

7 Days Before Holder's "90 Day Ultimatum" Expires, DOJ Declines To Prosecute Citigroup

Almost exactly three months ago, with much pomp and circumstance, US attorney general Eric Holder, whose department of "justice" made headlines two years ago for refusing to bring criminal cases against big banks due to fears of systemic...Show More Summary

Bill would require contraception coverage, including for men

last weekNews : NY Daily News

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will propose legislation Monday requiring health insurers to provide cost-free birth control.

After Seizing Couple’s Bank Accounts, Prosecutors Abandon Forfeiture Case

Before leaving office, former Attorney General Eric Holder in March imposed new limits on the use of asset forfeiture against people suspected of engaging in illegal banking transactions. Lawyers representing a North Carolina coupleShow More Summary

Justice Department Looking Into Why Baltimore Police Department Is So Fcked Up

Our new (finally) Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been on the job for all of five seconds, but she’s already making it clear she will carry out Eric Holder’s secret plan to reverse-racism race war America. Lynch announced on Friday...Show More Summary

New York investigates retailers over unpredictable schedules

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

“New York’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, has sent a letter to 13 retailers asking for information about how they schedule employees for work, the Wall Street Journal reports. Not on the list of targets for the attorney general:...Show More Summary

North Carolina Forfeiture Case Reveals Limits of Executive Reform, Government Defensiveness

In March, we detailed reforms announced by Attorney General Eric Holder to federal asset forfeitures under the Bank Secrecy Act’s “structuring” law.  Those changes mirror an earlier policy shift by the Internal Revenue Service.  Unfortunately...Show More Summary

Saturday Politics Thread: The Airing of the Grievances [Y-not]

Good morning! Last week our Betters in the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General, replacing the odious Eric Holder. Sadly, by all accounts Ms. Lynch is not any better. You can brush up on her here....

At Nonprofit Organizations, a Lack of Regulation Invites Failure

Cooper Union. Image by I, DavidShankbone via Wikimedia Commons This April, New York’s Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced plans to crack down on Cooper Union, a private college renowned for its arts and design programs and the practice of offering a tuition-free education. Show More Summary

Could Loretta Lynch Be a Worse Attorney General than Eric Holder?

For America’s police, there’s little to smile about in Ms. Lynch’s Justice Department installation save for Holder’s exit.

Schneiderman channels Willie Sutton in charity bust

When state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discovered that a charity's trustee had turned it into his personal piggy bank, he obtained a $1 million settlement—but nothing from the trustee.... To view the full story, click the title link.

Looter of charity unscathed, if dead, as board members pay the price

When state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discovered that a charity's new boss had turned the organization into his personal piggy bank, he obtained a $1 million settlement—but nothing from... To view the full story, click the title link.

Baltimore riots more proof that race relations worse under Obama

Race relations in America are worse under Obama. Just look at the riots in Baltimore and last year in Ferguson. I believe this isn’t by accident, but by design. Obama and outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder constantly reframe every local incident as a national issue of racial division.

White Collar Watch: Attorney General Holder’s Mixed Scorecard

Eric Holder secured large bank settlements, but he shares in criticism that no top executives were prosecuted in connection with the financial crisis.

Enough with the Cuomo 2018 nonsense. The governor has thoughts and fantasies like the rest of us

Sometimes the media become fixated on a theme that is just nonsense, as happened this week with the Cuomo 2018 stories. It all began with a Daily News piece saying Attorney General Eric Schneiderman... To view the full story, click the title link.

Daily Kos Election Morning Digest: Why Andrew Cuomo needs to watch his back in 2018

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Leading Off: • NY-Gov: This would certainly be epic: New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who's used his post to actively litigate on behalf of liberal causes, apparently has not ruled out a primary challenge to Democratic Gov. Show More Summary

April 28 roundup

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

“The makers of smokeless tobacco products like to claim that their products are safer than cigarettes.” Hey, New York Times, that’s ’cause it’s true! [Jacob Sullum] New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman pursues high-profile case...Show More Summary

A major liberal contender isn't ruling out a primary challenge to Andrew Cuomo

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (at left) This would certainly be epic: New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who's used his post to actively litigate on behalf of liberal causes, apparently has not ruled out a primary challenge to Democratic Gov. Show More Summary

Loretta Lynch, one of Brooklyn's most powerful women, sworn in as new US attorney general

Loretta Lynch has been sworn in as the nation's 83rd attorney general. She was sworn in Monday at a Justice Department ceremony, with Vice President Joe Biden presiding. Ms. Lynch replaces Eric... To view the full story, click the title link.

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