Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne Presented Brief Urging U.S. Supreme Court to Eliminate Voting Pre Clearance, Which Court Did Today

Phoenix, AZ (Tuesday, June 25, 2013) – Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne presented the principal Friend of Court Brief, joined in by three other states, which urged the U.S. Supreme Court to eliminate the law requiring pre clearance of all voter effected laws. This law had applied only to a limited number of states, including Arizona.  Today, the Court eliminated that requirement. 

Attorney General Tom Horne Blasts Democrat Legislators for Demanding Removal of $1.2 Million in Drug Cartel Enforcement Funding in State Budget

Phoenix, AZ (Monday, June 24, 2013) – $1.2 million dollars directed to the Attorney General’s Office for investigating, prosecuting and convicting members of violent drug cartels operating between Mexico and Arizona is about to run out as a result of Democratic legislators’ mistaken belief that it was to fight illegal immigration, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.

AG Tom Horne: Millions of Dollars Being Released to Assist Arizonans Hit by Mortgage Crisis

Phoenix, AZ (Thursday, June 13, 2013) – Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing in a press conference millions of dollars of resources to assist struggling homeowners made possible from the settlement reached with banks.  The funds to help keep Arizonans in their homes are part of the settlement with the nation's five largest mortgage loan servicers (Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo), along with the separate settlement with Bank of America.

Attorney General Tom Horne to Arizonans: "Have Fun, Prepare When Traveling Into Mexico"

Phoenix, AZ (Wednesday, June 5, 2013) - In the wake of Yanira Maldonado’s nine-day ordeal in a Mexico jail on groundless drug-trafficking accusations and the beginning of summer travel to Sonora, Mexico, Attorney General Tom Horne is today offering resources and tips in order to make sure that all Arizonans know what to do in case of an emergency or even an arrest in Mexico. All of the resources in this release may be found on the Attorney General’s website at https://www.azag.gov/mexico-travel