Luther Strange was sworn-in on January 17, 2011 as Alabama’s 49th Attorney General. As Attorney General, Strange has been committed to serving the people of Alabama with honesty and integrity while upholding the rule of law that is the foundation of our legal system. As Alabama’s top law enforcement official, Attorney General Strange works closely with state and local law enforcement officers and district attorneys to protect Alabamians. In March 2010, Alabama signed up as one of the original litigants in the constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). The lawsuit, in which 26 states ultimately participated, was successful in requiring the question of expanding Medicaid be left up to the states. As expected, the regulations promulgated that under Obamacare are as onerous as the law itself, and General Strange has been leading an effort to protect the religious liberty of employers who currently must comply with the HHS Mandate. General Strange serves as Coordinating Counsel for the States in the historic Deepwater Horizon oil spill litigation in New...