Attorney General Brnovich Fights to Protect Arizona Elections in Court

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich's Office (AGO) argued before the Yavapai County Superior Court on Friday afternoon to compel the Arizona Secretary of State (SOS) to produce a lawful Elections Procedures Manual (EPM), which she has failed to do. An updated EPM is required by law and helps ensure consistency and integrity in the administration of Arizona’s statewide elections.

AG Brnovich Partners with CVS Health to Reduce Pharmacy Robberies & Organized Retail Crime

PHOENIX -- As part of an ongoing commitment to support law enforcement and build safer communities, Attorney General Mark Brnovich partnered with CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) as the company implements new measures to reduce pharmacy robberies and organized retail crime.  On Thursday, the company announced it completed the installation of time-delay safe technology in all 198 Arizona CVS Pharmacy locations, including those in Target stores.

Attorney General Brnovich Leads Lawsuit Challenging DHS Fast-Track Asylum System 

PHOENIX -- Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leading a coalition of 14 states suing the Biden administration over yet another unlawful immigration rule (Asylum Rule) that largely removes federal immigration judges from the asylum review process and instead gives asylum officers within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) unprecedented authority to grant asylum to migrants outright. The new rule not only violates federal laws and bypasses Congress but also drastically erodes asylum integrity safeguards.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Tomorrow - Attorney General Brnovich's Office and CVS Health to Announce New Safety Measures to Prevent Pharmacy Robberies and Reduce Organized Retail Crime

PHOENIX -- Tomorrow, Attorney General Mark Brnovich's Office, alongside CVS Health Executive Vice President Tom Moriarty, will announce new safety measures to help cut down on robberies at pharmacies.

Time delay safe technology has been installed at all CVS Pharmacy locations in Arizona. The rollout is in support of General Brnovich's Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Task Force, which targets organized retail crime activity. 

The safes delay the time it takes for employees to open them, which should deter pharmacy robberies. 

AG Brnovich Calls on Biden Administration to Withdraw Proposed Rule That Weakens Public Charge Standards

PHOENIX -- Today, Attorney General Mark Brnovich submitted comments urging the Biden administration to withdraw their proposed rulemaking “Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility,” 87 Fed. Reg. 10,570. The proposed rule comes in the midst of pending litigation surrounding the Trump Administration’s 2019 Final Rule, which General Brnovich personally defended at the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in February 2022.

Attorney General Brnovich Secures TRO to Keep Title 42 In Place

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich applauds the court for granting a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against the Biden administration to keep Title 42 in place, even though it has already tried to roll it back ahead of the May 23rd deadline.

"We applaud the Court for approving our request for a Temporary Restraining Order to keep Title 42 in place," said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. "The Biden administration cannot continue in flagrant disregard for existing laws and required administrative procedures." 

AG Brnovich Urges Supreme Court to Uphold First Amendment Protection for Public Employees

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich is urging the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to protect the first amendment rights of public employees. Today SCOTUS heard oral arguments in Joseph A. Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, in which General Brnovich led a multi-state amicus brief. 

AG Brnovich Co-Leads Coalition in Preventing Discrimination Against Israel

PHOENIX -- Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is co-leading an amicus brief with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge at the 5th Circuit supporting a Texas law that discourages boycotts against Israel. Specifically, the legal brief calls on the Court to reverse the lower court's decision that stopped the Texas Anti-Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (Anti-BDS) law from going into effect. 

Attorney General Brnovich Seeks to Protect Arizona’s Elections

AG to file lawsuit to compel Secretary of State to produce lawful Elections Manual

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the Arizona Secretary of State (SOS) to compel her production of a lawful Elections Procedures Manual (EPM), which she has failed to produce. An updated EPM is required by law and helps ensure consistency and integrity in the administration of Arizona’s statewide elections.