Arizona Prevails at Ninth Circuit Defending Arizona Election Law

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich just announced Arizona prevailed at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a challenge to one of the State’s rules for accountability in the voter initiative process.

Attorney General Brnovich Issues Advisory Concerning Work-From-Home and Classroom Cybersecurity

Phoenix, Arizona - With COVID-19 causing a large number of Arizonans to work from home or attend school online, Attorney General Mark Brnovich advises Arizonans to use safe internet practices. With crooks and scammers busy trying to gain access to people's computers and personal information through weak security measures, AG Brnovich offers the following common sense tips to help you, your business, and your family stay safe online.

Arizona Medicaid Program Advances $41 Million In Provider Payments To Address COVID-19 Emergency

Phoenix, Arizona - To help health care providers address the COVID-19 emergency and ensure their ongoing viability, the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona’s Medicaid agency, is advancing more than $41 million in scheduled payments to hospitals, primary care providers, behavioral health outpatient providers, and justice clinic providers who participate in the agency’s Targeted Investments program.

Attorney General Brnovich Asks Supreme Court to Rule on Ballot Harvesting Case

Washington, DC - Last week, Attorney General Mark Brnovich continued his defense of Arizona's authority to enact laws that prevent multiple voting, protect against voter intimidation, preserve the secrecy of the ballot, and safeguard election integrity. AG Brnovich is asking the Supreme Court of the United States to review the Ninth Circuit's recent en banc decision that inexplicably reversed itself, and struck down Arizona laws restricting ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting.

Valley Toyota Dealers Contribute $75,000 To Support Arizonans In Need

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey announced today Valley Toyota Dealers have contributed $75,000 to the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund, established by the Governor to provide financial support to organizations aiding those affected by COVID-19. Founded in 1989, Valley Toyota Dealers consists of all 10 Toyota dealers in the Phoenix metropolitan area.