Arizona’s AG, Tom Horne, said he’s working on eight lawsuits against the federal government, including one opposing an Obama administration effort to strike down his state’s voter-fraud protections.
“They want illegal aliens to vote,” he said.
South Dakota’s AG, Marty Jackley, said the federal government is using Medicaid to impose massive new costs on the state, despite a ruling by the Supreme Court. “The federal government has turned that partnership into a dictatorship,” he said.
South Dakota is working on eight lawsuits.
Oklahoma’s AG, Scott Pruitt, is involved in four, including a lawsuit targeting EPA regulations that would boost state electricity costs by 20 percent. “The EPA knows they don’t have the authority to take this step. … [It is] a clear abuse of of power,” he said.
In Georgia, AG Sam Olens has joined with 14 other AGs to stop EPA air pollution rules that sideline state laws, and will cost jobs. “It is a rigged game against us,” and will force the state to begin importing energy, he said, adding that his office is conducting nine lawsuits.
“This president is costing jobs, not creating jobs,” Olens said.