Georgia on My Mind: On the Frontlines of Federal Rulemaking With AG Carr

Regulatory Oversight Podcast


In the latest episode of Regulatory Oversight, Troutman Pepper Partner David Dove welcomes Georgia Attorney General (AG) Chris Carr to discuss AG Carr's unique approach to his role. His work is shaped by his experience in the legislative side and economic development, emphasizing the importance of problem-solving and fostering a pro-business environment in Georgia.

They discuss the state AGs' increasing role in pushing back against federal rulemaking, particularly in the absence of congressional action. This leads them to examine the challenges posed by federal regulations, in particular, diving into the Waters of the U.S. rule, the EPA's power plant rule, and the SEC's climate disclosure rule.

They conclude by discussing the evolution of the Georgia AG's office and the future challenges facing AGs, with AG Carr highlighting artificial intelligence and cybercrime as areas of concern.


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