January 11, 2018
Attorney General Mark Brnovich
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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says the state will receive $2.7 million under a $148 million nationwide settlement between 50 states and Uber
Attorney General Mark Brnovich has no legal right to challenge the tuition it sets for the state’s three universities – or even question the policies used to come up with those numbers, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Connie Contes decided Thursday.
Arizona's top elected officials, both Republicans, are not going to join the lawsuit filed by Democrat officials in some states challenging the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census, even though it could mean that Arizona won't get its fair share of federal dollars and political representation.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is defending a 2016 law designed to prevent public dollars from going to firms that engage in boycotts of companies that do business with Israel.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is defending his contention that he has a legal right to challenge the tuition charged to Arizona residents attending state universities.
The Arizona Supreme Court will decide whether lawmakers can make criminals of legal medical marijuana users who possess their drug on college and university campuses.