Attorney General Mark Brnovich Joins 24-State Lawsuit to Block President Biden’s Head Start Mandates

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has joined a multi-state lawsuit against President Biden’s overreaching COVID-19 mandates that unlawfully require masks on toddlers and COVID-19 vaccines for staff and volunteers in Head Start Programs.

Gift Ideas for Christmas

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Schussing Santas

Newry, Maine - Skiing is the favorite activity in Maine. It’s not a surprise since the average annual snowfall in the Pine Tree State ranges from 50 to 110 inches, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. And, with Christmas only days away, it’s not unusual to see a Santa or two wending their way down the slopes. 

Attorney General Brnovich’s Lawsuit Forces Federal Government to Impose Safe Drinking Water Regulations

Phoenix, Arizona - Following pressure from his lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is pleased to announce that the federal government will finally permit critical protections against lead and copper in drinking water to go into effect. The Biden Administration had already twice delayed the effective date of those protections and was set to do so a third time before Arizona and other states challenged the legality of those delays.


Australia - The folks at Guinness World Record headquarters tell us that the largest spider ever found was a goliath bird-eating spider found in Venezuela in 1965, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. It’s leg-span was eleven inches. On average, spiders generally range in size from about a fraction of an inch to 3.5 inches.