Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge issued a statement Tuesday following the U.S. Supreme Court’s judgment in Rutledge v. Little Rock Family Planning Services vacating a lower court order blocking Arkansas’s ban on abortions performed solely on the basis of a Down syndrome diagnosis and ordering Little Rock Family Planning Services to pay the State of Arkansas for filing costs associated with seeking Supreme Court review.
The complaint alleges that Family Dollar, under the parent company Dollar Tree Inc., knew about the rodent infestation for years but allowed unsafe products to be sold at hundreds of stores in Arkansas and five other states throughout the region.
“Parents must be able to control who their children talk to and especially what they see,” said Rutledge. “As the mother of a young daughter, I make sure that I am aware of the dangers on the internet, and I realize the importance for parents to have the ability to protect their children from those who want to do them harm online.”
In June 2021, Noel abused and caused physical injury to a developmentally disabled resident of the Arkadelphia Human Development Center.
“Mayor Smith was elected to serve the people of Glenwood and instead he chose to use his position to privately and financially benefit himself,” said Attorney General Rutledge.
The letter follows a 6-3 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court last week blocking the Biden Administration’s OSHA vaccine mandate in response to a legal challenge brought by Attorney General Rutledge and other state attorneys general in addition to trade groups, nonprofits and private businesses.
Attorney General Rutledge is calling for the FCC to require gateway providers – the companies that allow foreign calls into the United States – to take steps to reduce the number of illegal robocalls that enter the U.S. telephone network