Dem AG Gains May Spur State Financial Services Action
By Jon Hill (November 16, 2018, 9:39 PM EST) -- Democrats have strengthened their presence in state-level law enforcement after flipping the attorney general's office in several state in the midterm elections, gains that some financial services experts say could make for a tougher enforcement landscape for banks and other financial services firms.
Results from the recent elections show that Democrats have captured state AG offices from Republicans in four states — Colorado, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin — while maintaining control of AG seats in New York, California, Illinois and nine other states, plus the District of Columbia.
Combined with the eight states where current Democratic AGs were not up for...
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