Attorney General Brnovich Defends Religious Liberty

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced he is defending religious liberty and the First Amendment in three separate lawsuits, all involving private religious organizations and their authority to hire individuals who support their core mission and beliefs. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has long held that the ministerial exception prevents courts from adjudicating employment-related lawsuits brought by ministerial employees.

Attorney General Brnovich Receives Widespread Support in Tax Mandate Lawsuit

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Tuesday his office (AGO) has received widespread support in his lawsuit challenging the Biden Administration’s unconstitutional Tax Mandate in the American Rescue Plan Act (ACT).

Arizonans among the top 10 moonshine-makers in America, reveals survey

Yuma, Arizona - One of the things many had in common over the past year was boredom during lockdown; no plans on the weekends, eventless evenings after work, and nearly everything had already been binge-watched on Netflix. Since many couldn’t go out to bars, quite a few people attempted to alleviate their boredom by making their own alcohol at home.

Justice Department and EPA Reach Clean Air Act Settlement with Gear Box Z for Selling Defeat Devices

Washington, DC - Arizona-based Gear Box Z (GBZ) has agreed to stop manufacturing and selling aftermarket automotive products widely known as “defeat devices,” that, when installed, bypass, defeat or render inoperative Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-certified emission controls on motor vehicles thereby increasing emissions and harming air quality.

Arizona women are harassed once per week on average while working out, reveals study

Yuma, Arizona - Many Americans rejoiced when the CDC announced that, for the fully vaccinated, face masks could be discarded. While a majority felt elated at this news, for others, masks have worked as a protection not only from a deadly airborne disease, but also from the unwanted attention of strangers. Indeed, many women have reported that they will continue to wear face masks when out in public, happy with the anonymity they provide.