Arizona Attorney General

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Press Releases

Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the winners of the Stop Meth poster contest and unveiled the poster at the statewide Arizona Methamphetamine Conference at the Wyndham Hotel in downtown Phoenix.

Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a $170,000 settlement with Auto Connection and its owner Gail Oleaga. The Phoenix-based business sold extended service agreements for used cars to consumers.

An investigation by the Attorney General's Office has concluded that the Gila County Community College Provisional Board of Governors violated the state Open Meeting Law several times over the last...

Attorney General Terry Goddard today cautioned home buyers to tread carefully when selecting a mortgage. As the housing market cools, many first-time home buyers are taking out riskier loans such ...

Attorney General Terry Goddard and Governor Janet Napolitano will host more than 700 participants at the state’s first multi-disciplinary conference on methamphetamine. The conference is scheduled ...

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office today announced the filing of a fair housing lawsuit against the owner of a mobile home park in Flagstaff who allegedly refused to lease space to a couple because of their national origin.

Attorney General Terry Goddard today kicked off Consumer Protection Week 2006 with a list of goals he is pursuing this year.

Samuel Pearson Goddard, Jr., who served as Arizona's 12th governor from 1965 to 1967, died this morning in Phoenix following a long illness. He was 86.

A Yuma judge today imposed $1.77 million in criminal fines against Far West Water & Sewer in a case resulting in the death of James Gamble, a Yuma sewer worker, and injury to his colleague...

Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that Ameriquest Mortgage Company has agreed to pay $325 million to consumers and states and make sweeping reforms of practices the states alleged amounted to predatory lending.


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