FTC Seeks Public Input on Collaboration with State Attorneys General

Commission seeks to enhance consumer protections against fraud.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has asked for public input on how it can enhance collaboration with state attorneys general across the U.S. to educate consumers and protect them from potential fraud. The FTC Collaboration Act of 2021, signed into law by President Biden last October, mandates the FTC to conduct a study on reinforcing efforts with state attorneys general to prevent and combat fraud, while seeking input from stakeholders and the public.

“State attorneys general have long been valued partners of the FTC as we carry out our shared mission to protect consumers and ensure fairness in the marketplace… and welcome this opportunity to deepen our relationship with attorneys general,” said Samuel Levine, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection.

The public has 60 days to submit comments.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Director Levine as he seeks to prevent the defrauding of American consumers.
  • For the FTC to be receptive to and discerning about the public feedback that is offered.
  • For FTC chair Lina Khan to seek God’s wisdom as she heads the commission.

Sources: Federal Trade Commission


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