Bill would add pregnancy discrimination to the Arizona Civil Rights Act, allowing state enforcement
Mesa - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced 27-year-old Louis Broadway-Phillips pleaded guilty to sex trafficking three women, including one minor.
A Superior Court Judge sentenced Broadway-Phillips to 10 years in prison, followed by lifetime probation and sex offender terms on January 7, 2021. Broadway-Phillips pleaded guilty to Illegal Control of an Enterprise, Attempt to Commit Sex Trafficking of a Minor, Sex Trafficking, Tampering with a Witness, and Influencing a Witness.
What: The Attorney General’s Office, City of Yuma, and Church for the City are hosting a FREE no-contact Shred-A-Thon on Saturday, January 23, at Yuma Civic Center from 8 am to 12 pm. The free event is open to the public.
Event volunteers and participants will follow current CDC social distancing guidelines. The public will be will be asked to remain in their vehicle during the event. Participants are asked to place documents in the trunk of their vehicle before arriving.
GLENDALE – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) Civil Rights Division (CRD) entered into a consent decree with Sunburst Farms Irrigation District to resolve a sexual harassment and hostile work environment lawsuit filed by the CRD, pursuant to the Arizona Civil Rights Act (ACRA). Because this matter involved a business with less than fifteen employees, only the AGO and the ACRA could provide relief via government oversight because federal jurisdiction was not available.
Defendant Barred from the Used Car Business
More than 600 Arizona consumers will receive restitution