Two Chicago Women Held Accountable for Falsely Billing 24-7 for Seven Years in $1.7 Million Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Chicago, Illinois - Two Chicago, Illinois, women pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme to defraud the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP) of $1.7 million by falsely billing for services on a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week basis for over seven years.

Governor Ducey Signs Fiscally Conservative, Balanced Budget

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Friday signed Arizona’s fiscally conservative, balanced budget. The plan, passed by lawmakers late on Monday night, makes major investments in education, law enforcement, health care and infrastructure and brings the state’s Rainy Day Fund to a record $1 billion.

Former Federal Supervisory Correctional Officer Pleads Guilty to Civil Rights Offense for Aiding in the Assault of an Inmate

Tyler, Texas - Khristal Ford, 32, a former Lieutenant at the Federal Correctional Complex (FCC) in Beaumont, Texas, pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting another correctional officer in his assault on an inmate.

Warning for Parents: More Convenience and Vape Shops Cited for Selling Tobacco Products to Minors

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Brnovich is warning parents that there has been a recent uptick in sales of tobacco products to minors in Arizona. The Attorney General’s Tobacco Enforcement Unit (TEU) is seeing more retailers across Arizona fail undercover tests when it comes to selling tobacco products to minors. After seeing a steady decline in recent years, TEU attributes the recent spike of failure rates to the sale of e-cigarettes to minors.

Proclamation on National Homeownership Month, 2019

Washington, DC - During National Homeownership Month, we acknowledge the benefits of sustainable homeownership.  Homeownership continues to be an important option for many Americans to invest in their communities, build wealth, and achieve the American Dream.