The Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer in the state. Our office represents the state in all matters in which the state is a party or has an interest. We are dedicated to the protection of the health and safety of all Vermonters.
The government should not be in the business of killing its own citizens. That is especially true given what we know of the death penalty’s flaws: It is applied inconsistently and unfairly, is racially biased, and is given to innocent people. It does not deter violence and it does not protect public safety. And these problems come with an enormously costly financial burden.
Robocalls are annoying. But, when a scammer is on the other end of the call, they can also be dangerous.
12 phone companies, in cooperation with all 50 states and D.C., have agreed to implement anti-robocall strategies to help protect consumers from illegal robocalls. Some of these strategies include:
1️⃣ Implementing call blocking and labeling technology at no cost to customers. 2️⃣ Implementing technology to authenticate calls. 3️⃣ Working with law enforcement to trace the origins of illegal robocalls.
This agreement is a step toward ensuring that Vermonters are able to answer their phones without annoyance or fear. ... See MoreSee Less
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