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Arizona justices to decide if public has right to see Cyber Ninja election 'audit' records

The Arizona Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday over whether the Arizona Senate has the authority to conceal records from an "audit" of the 2020 presidential election that found President Joe Biden was lawfully elected. ... Read more»

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Arizona, other states band together against Biden immigration policies

Since President Joe Biden took office, Republican-led states have filed some 27 lawsuits or appeals seeking to block immigration actions taken by the administration, with at least 15 multistate efforts by Republican attorneys general.... Read more»

Maricopa County officials blast AG Brnovich for 'false' report on his 2020 election probe

In a scathing letter, Maricopa County officials laid into Attorney General Mark Brnovich for issuing a report last month that was "full of false innuendo and misrepresentations" about the 2020 election.... Read more»

Dem AG candidate Mayes: Brnovich has politicized his office & should resign

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich should resign to focus on his bid for the U.S. Senate as “politically motivated activities” are preventing him from his duties, said Kris Mayes, former corporation commissioner and Democratic AG nominee.... Read more»

Arizona leads 14-state suit challenging proposed Biden asylum rule

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s latest challenge to the Biden administration targets an immigration rule granting Department of Homeland Security officers the authority to grant asylum to migrants. ... Read more»

Estados ganan la demora, por ahora, en el plan para terminar el Título 42

Los funcionarios de la Casa Blanca dijeron esta semana que una posible orden judicial que retrasa el fin del Título 42 solo empeoraría la crisis fronteriza que los funcionarios estatales afirman que están tratando de prevenir al solicitar la orden. ... Read more»

Judge orders Biden administration to send Central American migrants to Mexico rather than their home countries

A federal judge in Louisiana on Wednesday temporarily blocked the Biden administration from increasing the number of deportations of some Central Americans back to their home countries and ordered the administration to instead send them to Mexico.... Read more»

Federal judge temporarily blocks Biden administration from ending Title 42

A federal judge in Louisiana said Monday he will block the Biden administration from lifting a public health order that keeps immigrants seeking asylum out of the United States.... Read more»

Arizona Senate race nets $61.5 million; Kelly one of top U.S. fundraisers

Arizona Senate hopefuls had raised more than $61.5 million by March 31, led by Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., whose almost $39 million in campaign contributions was the second-highest in the nation among Senate candidates this cycle. ... Read more»

Brnovich discloses 'interim' findings of civil election probe, angering some Republicans

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich released an “interim report” - initiated following the conclusion of "review" of Maricopa County’s election - that made clear investigators are conducting a civil and not a criminal probe, and they had uncovered little more than record-keeping issues.... Read more»

Arizona Supreme Court sets May execution, 1st since botched 2014 lethal injection

The Arizona Supreme Court set May 11 as the execution date for Clarence Dixon, a rapist and murderer who would become the first inmate put to death in Arizona since a badly botched lethal injection in 2014. ... Read more»

Arizona Supreme Court says Brnovich can continue lawsuit challenging ASU hotel project

In a unanimous decision, the Arizona Supreme Court said state tax court should revisit a years-long legal battle between Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and the Arizona Board of Regents over allegations a Tempe hotel on university land violates the state’s gift clause. ... Read more»

Arizona joins red states suing to stop Biden admin from ending Title 42 asylum policy

Attorneys general of Arizona, Louisiana and Missouri sued the Biden administration Monday over the decision to rescind Title 42, a Trump-era COVID policy that allows federal officials to turn away asylum seekers under the enforcement of public health measures. ... Read more»

Hobbs will shut down, update Az online election petitions after judge denies GOP court move

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs will temporarily shut down Arizona's online signature-gathering portal for candidates next month, despite a judge's refusal to preemptively block Attorney General Mark Brnovich from taking legal action against her for it.... Read more»

Los defensores resaltan la inequidad mientras la Corte Suprema evalúa un caso clave de aborto

Mientras Roe v. Wade enfrenta los desafíos de la Corte Suprema, los defensores del derecho al aborto dicen que las medidas restrictivas del aborto afectan de manera desproporcionada a los pacientes de bajos ingresos y a las mujeres de color.... Read more»

Brnovich urges skeptical Supreme Court to let states step to defend public charge rule

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich told the Supreme Court Wednesday that it would set a “dangerous precedent” if it let the Biden administration drop an immigration policy and refused to let the states step in to defend it. ... Read more»

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