Utah AG joined U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao and USDOT in D.C. for the Transportation Leaders Against Human Trafficking initiative

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Utah AG on forgiveness of student loans for disabled VETs and fallout from Mueller Report


AG Reyes Honors Utah Law Enforcement During 12th Annual Ride for Fallen Officers

“May their souls continue to rest in peace, and may the peace they fought so valiantly to protect continue to rest upon us and this great nation.”

~Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes

Thanks to Utah's AG, Tens of Thousands of Disabled Vets Will Save over $1 Billion

Thursday, January 30, 2020
According to recent Cape May County Herald article, tens of thousands of veterans who are totally and permanently disabled as a result of their military service are expected to save approximately $1.3 billion on their student loans over the next decade, according to recent analysis from the U.S. Department of Education. These savings are the result of a change in federal policy prompted by the advocacy of a bipartisan coalition of 52 state and territorial attorneys general led by New...
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Salt Lake Tribune: Utah AG office arrests 13 on charges of trying to solicit children for sex over the internet

Monday, May 20, 2019
(Sean P. Means | The Salt Lake Tribune) Sean D. Reyes, Utah's attorney general, speaks at a news conference Monday, May 20, at the Utah State Capitol. At the news conference, officials announced 13 men were arrested in the last week on charges involving trying to entice children over the internet to meet for sexual contact. An undercover sting operation in Utah County over the last week netted 13 arrests of men accused of trying to lure minors on the...
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ICYMI | Deseret News Op-Ed: Three-digit suicide lifeline is a huge victory for Utah by Sean Reyes

Sunday, July 29, 2018
With the American public focused on myriad issues in the media, Congress quietly passed a bill this week that is a game-changer in preventing death by suicide and supporting those contemplating it. Suicide is the leading cause of death for teens in Utah. It has increased exponentially over the past 20 years. And across all age demographics, Utah has some of the highest per capita suicide losses in the nation. For full Op-Ed, click here. 
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