Fortune: Google Is Being Investigated By Missouri Attorney General

Fortune: Google Is Being Investigated By Missouri Attorney General. “The state of Missouri is gearing up for a legal battle with Google. Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley said Monday that his office is investigating the search giant over allegations that it violated the state’s various consumer-protection and antitrust laws.”

Columbia: Sabin Center and StateAG.org Launch Database of Environmental Actions Undertaken by State Attorneys General

From Columbia Law School: Sabin Center and StateAG.org Launch Database of Environmental Actions Undertaken by State Attorneys General. “The database includes major and innovative actions in the environmental law realm. These include lawsuits against the federal government for failing to implement pollution control laws, lawsuits where state attorneys general have joined with the federal government to defend environmental standards, lawsuits against private actors for environmental harms, and other types of actions such as amicus briefs, administrative petitions, and legislative inputs. It does not encompass all of the routine enforcement actions undertaken by state attorneys general. Users can search the database by topic (e.g., air/water pollution or climate change mitigation), type of action, and jurisdiction. Each entry contains a summary of the action as well as links to relevant documents and related resources.”

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood Gets Go-Ahead on Google

Whoa: it looks like Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood will get to investigate Google after all. “The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has decided to vacate an injunction prohibiting Mississippi AG Jim Hood from bringing a civil or criminal charge against Google for making accessible third-party content like imported prescription drugs and pirated movies.”