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Attorney General Tom Horne Awards Job Training Grants From National Mortgage Settlement Funds

Phoenix, AZ (Wednesday, February 26, 2014) - Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the award of over $600,000 to fund job training and employment search services programs for individuals impacted by foreclosure. These programs are funded by the national mortgage settlement reached with the nation’s five largest mortgage loan servicers (Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo).

Judge Narrows Field of Potential Trustees For The United Effort Plan Trust

Judge Denise Posse Lindberg of the Third Judicial District Court released a list of finalists seeking appointment to a Board of Trustees for the United Effort Plan Trust. The application process was formed after the Court granted a joint motion brought by the Special Fiduciary, the Utah Attorney General’s Office, and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office last summer. The final Board of Trustees will be made up of five, seven or nine members pursuant to Judge Lindberg’s decision.  She retains the discretion to deny the necessity for a Board.

Attorney General Tom Horne: Historical Agreement Reached Between Arizona And Western Union

Phoenix, AZ (Monday, February 3, 2014) – For the first time in history and as the result of a recently amended settlement agreement, Western Union and Arizona will take unprecedented and cooperative steps to combat money laundering. This includes Western Union’s commitment to continue to implement a series of anti-money laundering recommendations. By forging this cooperative and major undertaking, Arizona will be far better positioned to protect its citizens from border violence, gun running, and human and narcotic smuggling along the southwest border.

Attorney General Tom Horne: Historical Agreement Reached Between Arizona And Western Union

Agreement Between Arizona and Western Union Is a Major Step in the Fight Against Money Laundering

Phoenix, AZ (Monday, February 3, 2014) – For the first time in history and as the result of a recently amended settlement agreement, Western Union and Arizona will take unprecedented and cooperative steps to combat money laundering. This includes Western Union’s commitment to continue to implement a series of anti-money laundering recommendations.