Indiana's Attorney General joined pharmaceutical leaders yesterday to announce a campaign to combat smurfing, a part of the meth production process
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he is asking national experts to help address the threat of Asian carp in Indiana waters.
Zoeller says the state returned almost 45 million dollars to Hoosiers last year, and says that‘s only a fraction of what the state is holding.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case questioning a New York town's practice of praying before each town board meeting.
The attorney general's office says complaints of financial exploitation of senior citizens increased by more than nine percent last year.
A Senate committee has approved a bill to suspend merchant retail licenses for one year if they are caught selling the drugs.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller was sworn in Monday along with Gov. Mike Pence and Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann.
Greg Zoeller says the state needs to do more to crack down on human traffickers and people making illegal robocalls.
The state has now paid out a total of about $11 million. Civil lawsuits will go to court starting in 2014 and could net the victims more money.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller testified before the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday regarding ‘Operation Lost Opportunity.'