Attorney General Mark Brnovich

Abortion

Arizona groups aim to influence Supreme Court in abortion-rights case

An abortion rights case that is a top issue in the U.S. Supreme Court term that began Monday has already drawn scores of legal filings – including from dozens of Arizona lawmakers, activists and advocates on both sides of the issue. The case at issue, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, concerns a Mississippi law that would

Immigration

Attorney General Brnovich Leads Coalition to Stop Biden Administration’s Dangerous Immigration Policy

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leading a coalition of 16 states to stop the Biden Administration’s so-called “Interim Guidance” which drastically and intentionally curtails enforcement of immigration laws. The policy dramatically halts nearly all deportations and immigration-related arrests, including for those convicted of dangerous aggravated felonies. Attorney General Brnovich and the coalition are asking the Fifth

Elections

Arizona Democrats call for audit probe, as federal panel starts its own

Arizona Democrats called on Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate the state Senate’s audit of Maricopa County election returns, which they said Friday is little more than a “sham audit” disguising a series of politically motivated attacks. Their demands come as a congressional panel has launched its own investigation into Cyber Ninjas, the private firm

Civil Rights

Attorney General Brnovich Resolves Civil Rights Case Involving Service Animal

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office (AGO) resolved an Arizonans with Disabilities Act (AzDA) complaint against a Tucson establishment that allegedly refused to serve a veteran because his service animal accompanied him. In March 2020, the veteran filed a complaint of discrimination with the AGO against P’Nosh Deli and Catering Company/Old Father Inn

Legal Beat

Never pay debts with gift cards, new Arizona consumer program warns

Consumers will start seeing new “STOP” signs at gift card displays in many Arizona stores, part of an effort to fight a growing and costly fraud in which scammers – often posing as government officials – ask consumers to pay off a debt or penalty through gift cards. Attorney General Mark Brnovich and members of

Legal Beat

Early end ordered to Arizona’s voter registration extension

An appeals court on Tuesday night ordered an early end to an extension of Arizona’s voter registration deadline that was ordered by a judge after pandemic restrictions led to a decrease in people signing up to vote. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said voter registration will end on Thursday, instead of Oct. 23, concluding

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