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AG Brnovich Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Block Robocall Loopholes

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich today filed an amicus brief in Facebook v. Noah Duguid, a U.S. Supreme Court case that will determine the scope of the protections of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). This case is key to states’ ability to protect residents from scammers who use abusive robocall tactics to threaten and scam people out of their money.

AG's Office, PCSD, AARP, Christian Fellowship Ministries Hosting Tucson Shred-A-Thon and Prescription Drug Take-Back Event

What: The Attorney General’s Office, Pima County Sheriff's Department, AARP, and Christian Fellowship Ministries are hosting a free Shred-A-Thon and Prescription Drug Take-Back event next Saturday in conjunction with National Drug Take-Back Day. The event is free and open to the public.

There is a five box limit for shredded documents. The following are examples of items not accepted (but not limited to): binders, binder clips, inhalers, aerosol cans, lotions or liquids, needles, and hydrogen peroxide.

Customs and Border Protection Officer Accused of Interfering with Investigation

TUCSON -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that a State Grand Jury indicted United States Customs and Border Protection Officer Elizabeth Landeros with five counts of Computer Tampering, one count of Obstructing Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions, and one count of Conspiracy.

In June 2018, Landeros’ son was indicted by a Pima County Grand Jury on five counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor under the age of fifteen.

AG Brnovich Warns Consumers About Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

Seniors targeted by companies selling cheap, phony hearing amplifiers

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich is cautioning consumers to watch out for misleading sales tactics from companies selling over-the-counter hearing amplifiers. Over the past year, the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has received approximately 140 complaints about over-the-counter hearing aids.

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Arizona Ballot Harvesting Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided it will review a case challenging Arizona’s election integrity laws concerning ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting. The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) is asking the High Court to bring clarity to these matters after a misguided ruling by the Ninth Circuit struck the measures down.