Governor Ducey Signs School Funding Boost Into Law

Phoenix, Arizona - On May 17, 2016, Arizona voters approved a landmark education-funding package to infuse $3.5 billion dollars into the K-12 education system over the next 10 years, without raising taxes.  On May 26, the election results were certified and Proposition 123 was signed into law.

Fake Dentist Arrested

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona Attorney General’s Office Special Agents arrested 54-year-old Elda Graciela Margez De Zamora for allegedly operating an unlicensed dental practice. After her arrest, a State Grand Jury indicted Margez De Zamora on 2 felony counts including Fraudulent Schemes and Practices and Practicing Dentistry Without a License.

6 Reasons Arizona Leads In The Sharing Economy

Yuma, Arizona - 6 Reasons Arizona Leads In The Sharing Economy:

Arizona Attorney General Brnovich and State Superintendent Douglas Announce that Arizona will Join Lawsuit to Stop Federal Overreach

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas today announced that they have joined ten other states in a federal lawsuit to challenge President Obama’s mandate requiring all public K-12 schools to open up boys’ and girls’ locker rooms and restrooms to students of the opposite sex, based on student perceptions of their "gender identity."