Eric Schneiderman


NYS Seeks to Intervene in NYC Voter-Purge Suit

New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office will seek to intervene in a lawsuit accusing New York City election officials of mishandling an effort to purge outdated…

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NY AG Teaches How To Disobey Federal Immigration Law

The state’s attorney general on Thursday issued guidance to local governments on how they can disobey federal immigration laws under President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, a Democrat,…

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Citing Complaints, NY Prosecutor Wants Voting Rules Changed

Unprecedented complaints about New York’s presidential primary show the need for big changes to state voting rules, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday, before announcing proposals to authorize automatic…

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New York Attorney General Investigates EpiPen Manufacturer

The New York attorney general’s office is investigating whether Mylan Pharmaceuticals unfairly limited competition for its emergency allergy treatment EpiPen, which has been criticized for steep price increases. A preliminary…

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Further Action Threatened on AG Climate Probe

The chairman of the House Science Committee threatened further action Wednesday after the New York and Massachusetts attorneys general refused to comply with congressional subpoenas seeking records about their investigations…

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NY Attorney General Defies Subpoena On Climate Probe

New York’s attorney general is refusing to comply with congressional subpoenas seeking records about their investigations into whether Exxon Mobil misled investors about supposed climate change. In an escalating political…

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State Attorney General Offers Tips for Going Solar

The state attorney general’s office is offering help to homeowners who want to get solar power. A new brochure available on the attorney general’s website ( http://on.ny.gov/28Se2fz ) discusses the…

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NY Attorney General Won’t Cooperate With House Probe

New York’s attorney general is refusing to send requested documents about his global warming investigation into Exxon Mobil to a congressional committee, saying Congress lacks jurisdiction over state law enforcement.…

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1,800 NYC Apartments Are Returned To Rent Stabilization

Officials say more than 1,800 apartments in New York City have been returned to rent stabilization. The announcement was made Thursday by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Gov. Andrew Cuomo…

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Regional Briefs – November 23, 2015

Trump Wants Ex-NYPD Chief Kelly in His Administration NEW YORK – GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is so taken by the NYPD’s now-dismantled mosque surveillance program that he would hire its…

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