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A Conversation with Jason S. Miyares, Attorney General of Virginia | Restoring Law and Order | Crises on the U.S. Southern Border | Investigation — Morningstar’s Perceived Anti-Israel Bias in ESG Ratings

November 5th, 2022

Join America's Roundtable Radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy in a conversation with Jason S. Miyares, Attorney General of Virginia, on efforts to strengthen the rule of law in America, address the U.S. southern border crisis, the related fentanyl death epidemic, and shoring election integrity in the American republic.


— Strengthening the Rule of Law | Restoring Law and Order | Attorney General Miyares Announces Ceasefire Prosecutors to Target Violent Crime

— U.S. Southern Border Crisis Impacting the States Across America | Attorney General Miyares Asks the Supreme Court to Uphold Law that Prohibits Encouraging People to Break U.S. Immigration Laws

— The Fentanyl Crisis | Attorney General Miyares Urges President Biden to Classify Fentanyl a Weapon of Mass Destruction | In 2021, 108,000 people died of drug overdoses; 71,000 of whom died from fentanyl or fentanyl-related substances.

New Election Integrity Unit in Virginia - A Model for the United States

— Countering anti-Semitic BDS (boycott, divest and sanction) movement which is targeting Israel through ESG (environmental, social, governance score) by Morningstar

From the Attorney General's office, "Operation Ceasefire is a proven approach to address violent criminal activity among serious and repeat offenders, which was extremely successful in Richmond from 2004-2008. This initiative works to reduce violent crime by maintaining strategic and effective partnerships through the Commonwealth by promoting firearm safety, investing in gang prevention, and supporting community policing in high-crime neighborhoods in order to get the most violent and repeat offenders off our streets."

Bio: Attorney General Jason S. Miyares

Attorney General Jason Miyares' story doesn't start in Virginia Beach, Virginia, but in Havana, Cuba when his mother, Miriam Miyares, fled communist Cuba, penniless and homeless. She taught Jason a love for freedom, democracy, and that America is indeed the “last best hope on earth.” A product of Virginia public schools, Jason graduated with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from James Madison University and received his J.D. from the College of William and Mary School of Law.

He previously served as a prosecutor in the Virginia Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, where he worked alongside law enforcement to keep violent criminals off our streets and our communities safe.

In 2015, almost fifty years to the day that she fled Cuba, Miriam was able to vote for her son Jason Miyares to represent her in the oldest democracy in the Western Hemisphere, the Virginia House of Delegates. While representing Virginia Beach, Jason was recognized as “Legislator of the Year” in both 2018 and 2019 from the College Affordability and Public Trust for his work on transparency and affordability in higher education, as well as by the Hampton Roads Military Officers Association of America in 2018. He was also recognized in 2019 by the Safe House Project for his work combatting human trafficking, an issue that his administration is prioritizing.

Jason Miyares is the first Cuban American elected to the General Assembly, the first Hispanic elected statewide in Virginia, and the first son of an immigrant ever elected to be Attorney General. He is passionate about preserving the American Miracle for the next generation of Virginians. |

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