DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said today he looks forward to hosting the National Association of Attorneys General summer conference at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs from June 16 to June 18.
“It will be my distinct honor to welcome my fellow attorneys general to the great state of Colorado and my hometown, Colorado Springs,” Suthers said. “From Ponzi schemes to DNA databases to the U.S. Supreme Court, we will confront numerous issues of great importance to our constituents. This conference promises to be an insightful gathering of some of the nation’s leading legal experts.”
Attorneys general from 29 states and a delegation from Taipei are among those expected to attend the conference.
The majority of the sessions held throughout the conference will be open to the public and members of the press. Reporters can view the latest agenda for conference at the National Association of Attorneys General’s Web site, http://www.naag.org/naag-summer-meeting.php.
The last time the National Association of Attorneys General held a conference in Colorado was its July 1998 annual conference in Durango. The National Association of Attorneys General also held its second ever annual conference in 1908 in Denver.