Mark Brnovich

Aug 15, 2023

Petersen threatens lawsuit if state elections manual not revised

The top Senate Republican in Arizona is threatening litigation against Secretary of State Adrian Fontes over a proposed elections manual.  

Dec 30, 2022

Arizona appellate court says 15-week abortion ban law of land

The Court of Appeals ruled the territorial-era abortion ban is unenforceable, making  abortions in Arizona legal before 15 weeks under the most recent law passed by the legislature.  

Nov 25, 2022

Election challenges mount

Kris Mayes is asking a judge to toss a bid by her Republican foe to void the results of the election which shows her winning the race for attorney general.

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Nov 11, 2022

Brnovich argues state can have 2 different abortion laws

Attorney General Mark Brnovich says there's nothing legally wrong with having two different statutes on the books outlawing abortion because prosecutors can choose which one to enforce.

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Oct 21, 2022

AG candidates’ views on death penalty differ

Capital punishment is rising to prominence again on the attorney general campaign trail after the Arizona Supreme Court granted Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s bid for the third execution of the year.  

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Oct 17, 2022

Arizona AG seeks probe of election integrity group

Arizona's Republican attorney general, Mark Brnovich, on Friday asked the FBI and IRS to look into an election integrity group that claimed to have uncovered widespread fraud in the 2020 election but never provided evidence.

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Oct 12, 2022

Arizona Supreme Court allows death row execution to proceed

The Arizona Supreme Court is allowing the state to move forward with the execution for death row inmate Murray Hooper next month. 

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Oct 1, 2022

Judge refuses to halt order on abortion ban

A Pima County judge won't halt implementation of her ruling that a territorial-era law outlawing virtually all abortions is once again enforceable.

Jun 2, 2022

Former President Trump endorses Masters for U.S. Senate race

Former President Trump has made it official – he is backing Blake Masters in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona. Masters, a Tucson resident who until he stepped down to focus on the race earlier this year was the president of Thiel Capital, is one of several Republicans seeking the party’s nod to run against […]

May 24, 2022

Court sides with petition gathering firm

Attorney General Mark Brnovich can't bring criminal charges against the firm that circulated petitions for the successful 2020 Invest in Ed ballot measure. 

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Apr 27, 2022

9th Circuit ruling on AZ crime victims stands

Criminal defense attorneys in Arizona are now free to challenge a state law that prohibits them from directly contacting crime victims and their families.

Apr 22, 2022

After Trump statement, a new reality for Brnovich

Attorney General Mark Brnovich will have to soldier on in the race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate without Donald Trump's endorsement – and perhaps with the former president actively opposing his candidacy.