LINCOLN – Attorney General Doug Peterson filed a Complaint today in the District Court of Douglas County against Omaha Stem Cells, LLC, Regenerative Medicine and Anti-Aging Institutes of Omaha, LLC, Stem Cell Centers, LLC and Travis and Emily Autor (collectively “the Defendants”).
Bipartisan Coalition of Attorneys General Expresses Concern about Contact Tracing Apps Privacy Implications in Letters Sent to Apple and Google
Lincoln – In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Attorney General Peterson and a bipartisan coalition of 39 attorneys general asked Google and Apple to ensure all contact tracing and exposure notification apps related to... read more
Lincoln – Attorney General Doug Peterson joined a coalition of 51 attorneys general led by Connecticut filing the third lawsuit stemming from the ongoing antitrust investigation into a widespread conspiracy by generic drug manufacturers to artificially inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition, and unreasonably restrain trade for generic drugs sold across the United States.
Attorney General Doug Peterson is advising consumers that the U.S. Department of Treasury has adjusted certain features of its Economic Impact Payment debit cards in response to feedback from consumers.
Lincoln, NE— Attorney General Peterson has joined 38 attorneys general in urging Congress to help ensure that all Americans have the home internet connectivity necessary to participate in telemedicine, teleschooling, and telework as part of any additional legislation that provides relief and recovery resources related to addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorney General Peterson Joins Coalition Urging Congress to Pass Safeguarding America’s First Responders Act5/21/2020
Attorney General Peterson Joins Coalition of Attorneys General Urging Congress to Pass Safeguarding America’s First Responders Act
Lincoln, NE—Attorney General Peterson is joining a bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general urging Congress to pass S.3607, the Safeguarding America’s First Responders Act. The Act would permit the families of first... read more