attorneys general, nuclear, compensation, New Mexico, Arizona, cancers
Aug 31, 2023

Top prosecutors back compensation for those sickened by US nuclear weapons testing

New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez and 13 other top prosecutors from around the U.S. are throwing their support behind efforts to compensate people sickened by exposure to radiation during nuclear weapons testing.

Mayes, chemicals, settlement, attorneys general
Jul 26, 2023

Mayes, 21 other attorneys general oppose 3M settlement over water systems contamination with ‘forever chemicals’

Twenty-two attorneys general, including Kris Mayes, urged a federal court Wednesday to reject a proposed $10.3 billion settlement over contamination of U.S. public drinking water systems with potentially dangerous chemicals, saying it lets manufacturer 3M Co. off too easily.

Pledge of Allegiance, schools, classrooms, House, Parker, Pawlik
Mar 31, 2023

Children cannot be required to recite the Pledge of Allegiance

Neither the Pledge of Allegiance nor the saying “under God” had any connection with the founding of the nation. Trying to force students to say it is a violation of our founding principles.

police misconduct, free enterprise,Mesa Police, Utah, POST, Colorado, Arizona, Ducey, Data for Progress and the Justice Collaborative Institute, Freedom Forum, integrity
Sep 29, 2022

‘Integrity bulletins’ focus on police misconduct

Providing public information about police misconduct records can be a messy process but bulletins in Arizona and other states aim to keep residents informed of these issues.