Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing a recent settlement against two Arizona telemarketing companies and their owners, alleged to have defrauded consumers in a “work from home” business opportunity scam.
I was deeply saddened this evening to hear of the untimely passing of 19 wild-land firefighters in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne presented the principal Friend of Court Brief, joined in by three other states, which urged the U.S. Supreme Court to eliminate the law requiring pre clearance of all voter effected laws.
$1.2 million dollars directed to the Attorney General’s Office for investigating, prosecuting and convicting members of violent drug cartels operating between Mexico and Arizona is about to run out as a result of Democratic legislators’ mistaken...
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona’s voter registration citizenship proof requirement is not the end of the process, and the Court set forth a clear pathway to victory for that requirement, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing in a press conference millions of dollars of resources to assist struggling homeowners made possible from the settlement reached with banks.
Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the resolution of a case in his ongoing auto repair “sting” operations, a program he instituted to deter auto repair shops from defrauding consumers.
In the wake of Yanira Maldonado’s nine-day ordeal in a Mexico jail on groundless drug-trafficking accusations and the beginning of summer travel to Sonora, Mexico, Attorney General Tom Horne is today...
The deaths of a Phoenix Police Officer and Phoenix Fire Fighter in separate incidents within the last week are raising concerns about potential charity scams, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
A single political appointee should not be entrusted with the job of certifying border security for the United States, Attorney General Tom Horne told Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake in a letter yesterday.