Attorney General Brnovich Resolves Civil Rights Case Involving Service Animal

TUCSON - 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 for refusing to serve him and ordering him to leave because of his disability and service dog.

Attorney General Brnovich Leads 23 States in Supporting Defense of State Laws by Attorneys General at SCOTUS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that Arizona led a 23-state merits brief before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) urging the Court to reverse a troubling decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that usurps the democratic process by empowering officials to strategically surrender in lawsuits challenging state laws they don't politically agree with. 

Prescott Valley Shred-A-Thon and Prescription Drug Take-Back Event this Weekend

What: The Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) and the Prescott Valley Police Department are hosting a FREE Shred-A-Thon and Prescription Drug Take-Back event this Saturday, June 26, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

The public will be asked to remain in their vehicle during this no-contact event. Participants are asked to place documents and unwanted prescription drugs in the trunk of their vehicle before arriving.

Attorney General Brnovich Defends Taxpayers in Federal Court

Statement on Oral Argument Hearing in Tax Mandate Lawsuit

PHOENIX – On Tuesday morning, Attorney General Mark Brnovich's Office (AGO) appeared before United States District Judge Diane Humetewa, requesting a preliminary injunction to prevent the U.S. Department of Treasury (Treasury) from enforcing the unconstitutional Tax Mandate in the American Rescue Plan Act (Act).

AG Brnovich Urges Congress to Restore Hyde Amendment to Prohibit Taxpayer Funding of Abortions

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich and 21 other state attorneys general wrote to congressional leaders on Monday, urging Congress to maintain the Hyde Amendment in the 2022 budget. The amendment, prohibiting the use of federal funds for abortions, was conspicuously removed by the Biden Administration despite its inclusion in federal budgets for the last forty-five years. The letter was led by Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.

AG Mark Brnovich Leads Coalition to Protect Second Amendment

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leading a coalition of 22 states urging the Ninth Circuit to protect Americans’ right to bear arms and uphold a lower court’s decision to strike down a California law that bans popular rifles.

“Our Second Amendment is constantly under attack from out-of-touch Californians and ignorant special interest groups,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “America must never abandon her law-abiding citizens and their fundamental right to defend themselves.”

AG Mark Brnovich Joins 16-State Coalition Combatting Unconstitutional Climate Change Disclosure Initiative

PHOENIX -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich joined a 16-state coalition in pushing back against a Biden Administration initiative that would require companies to make policy statements unrelated to financial performance to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), a move the attorneys general argue serves a political agenda while decimating freedom of speech.