Arizona to get more than $2.3 million - States reach $160 million settlement with tobacco companies
Attorney General Terry Goddard Moves Forward with Gasoline Industry Research
(PHOENIX, AZ – June 20, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today that his office will continue its gasoline fact-finding mission after sending approximately 2,200 surveys to gasoline retailers in Arizona.
The surveys, sent to Arizona gasoline stations, request information on station ownership, gasoline supply,and pricing.
(Phoenix, AZ—June 24, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizona residents of a scam in which consumers receive fraudulent e-mails attempting to obtain personal information.
AZ Cardinal Dennis McKinley among those arrested
Phoenix police arrest local suspects in national drug distribution ring
(Phoenix, AZ—June 24, 2003) The Phoenix Police Department this morning served warrants and arrested four Arizonans, including an Arizona Cardinal player, as part of a major drug bust.
Attorney General Goddard urges consumers to sign-up for national “Do Not Call” list
(Phoenix, AZ—June 27, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard today urged Arizonans to sign up for the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call Registry. Arizona consumers can sign up for the Registry beginning today, June 27th. Consumers can register on the Federal Trade Commission website http://www.ftc.gov/donotcall or toll-free at 1-888-382-1222; for TTY call 1-866-290-4236.