What is the role of the state attorney general? How has it changed in recent years? Two current state attorneys general, Mark Brnovich of Arizona and Leslie Rutledge of Arkansas, and one former attorney general, Pam Bondi of Florida, explain the role the state attorney general--from upholding the state constitution to protecting citizens from federal governmental overreach--in this episode of POLICYbrief.
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