As our country approaches the 63 year anniversary of NAACP v. Alabama–the 1958 Supreme Court case which unanimously blocked the state of Alabama’s egregious attempt to undermine the associational privacy rights enshrined in the First Amendment–we are deeply disappointed by the rushed effort underway in Congress to put such critical protections in its crosshairs. The
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) takes identity theft seriously and reminds taxpayers that tax filing season is a time to be aware of identity thieves looking for ways to commit tax fraud. The department points to phishing schemes, card-skimming devices, unsecure Wi-Fi networks, data breaches, computer viruses, unsafe smartphone apps, and hacking email accounts
The mob attack on the U.S. Capitol was incited and planned over Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other digital media platforms, with a tragic nudge from the president of the United States. The gripping presence of gunshots and cowering Congress members inside the “People’s House” is a warning to us all. How did we arrive here?
AG Brnovich Co-Leads Bipartisan Coalition Urging Congress to Pass Legislation to Protect Safety of Federal Judges and Families
A bipartisan coalition of 51 Attorneys General, led by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, sent a letter urging Congress to pass legislation to protect the safety of federal judges and their families. “Threats to members of judiciary are on the rise and I am urging Congress to pass