Attorney General Mark Brnovich Defends Arizona Taxpayers at Ninth Circuit

PHOENIX -- Today, Attorney General Mark Brnovich's Office (AGO) argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to protect Arizona taxpayers and to push back against the Biden Administration’s unconstitutional Tax Mandate contained in the American Rescue Plan Act (ACT).

"The tax mandate is yet another outrageous federal overreach by the overbearing Biden Administration," said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. "I will always fight to preserve state sovereignty and vigorously defend hardworking taxpayers."

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Announces $1.85 Billion Settlement with Student Loan Servicer Navient

PHOENIX -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that Navient, known as one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers, will provide relief totaling $1.85 billion to resolve allegations of widespread unfair and deceptive practices and abuses in originating predatory student loans. As part of the settlement, Arizona consumers will receive over $54 million in debt relief and over $3.3 million in restitution. 

Former Arizona School Facilities Board Member Indicted on Four Counts of Conflict of Interest

GLENDALE – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that Vernal “Vern” Lee Crow, of Glendale, has been indicted on four felony counts of Conflict of Interest in connection with his appointed position as a member of the Arizona School Facilities Board (SFB). Crow is alleged to have failed to disclose his interest and his son’s interest in Red Tree Consulting LLC (Red Tree), a construction consulting company that benefited from three projects awarded by the SFB while Crow was a participating board member.

Attorney General Brnovich Asks Arizona Supreme Court to Move Forward with Executions for Two Death Row Inmates

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to set briefing schedules to allow his office (AGO) to file warrants of execution for Arizona death row inmates Frank Atwood and Clarence Dixon. Both men have exhausted all of their appeals.

"Justice has been a long time coming in some of the most heinous crimes committed in our state,” said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “It is our solemn duty to fulfill these court-ordered sentences on behalf of the victims, their loved ones, and our communities.”