Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey is calling on Washington, D.C. officials to listen to the growing number of Arizonans who oppose plans by the White House and in Congress to designate 1.7 million acres of Northern Arizona land as a new national monument.

Phoenix, Arizona - It was thought to be lost forever, but tomorrow at 2 p.m. the iconic American flag that New York firefighters raised above the rubble at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001, will fly in front of the Arizona State Capitol building.

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Brnovich, leading a coalition of seventeen Attorneys General from across the country, filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court as part of his continuing effort to protect Arizona consumers from abuse in the class action settlement process.  In the brief, Attorney General Brnovich asked the Supreme Court to create a nationwide rule that class action attorneys’ fees in common-fund cash settlements can only be based off the amount actually paid out to the consumers in the class.  This rule will help make sure that the class action process works to the benefit of consumers by ensuring that class action lawyers get paid only in direct proportion to the amount consumers actually get paid.

Phoenix, Arizona - An Arizona judge has approved a settlement agreement in a lawsuit filed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Office of the Arizona Attorney General against the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to develop a new recovery plan for the endangered Mexican wolf.

Washington, DC - At a time when many states have failed to extend LGBTQ-inclusive laws and policies, Phoenix, Tempe and Tucson are stepping up to ensure that all citizens are treated equally, according to a report issued today by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization.