Arizona’s own Attorney General Mark Brnovich has been making headlines lately. Last Monday the Arizona Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the State in the Maricopa County Community College in-state tuition case. The Court ruled that existing federal and state law do not allow Maricopa County Community College District to grant in-state tuition benefits to DACA recipients. Dreamers will now have to pay out of state tuition.
“While people can disagree what the law should be, I hope we all can agree that the attorney general must enforce the law as it is, not as we want it to be,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
I’m glad Brnovich is ready to enforce the law. We need more leaders that are willing to stand on principle, doing what the voters elected him to do.
A new bill was signed into law by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey HB2154, which was authored by the AZAG’s office that expands protections and adds notification requirements for victims of a data breach.
“Consumers have a right to know when their sensitive information has been breached so they can protect themselves from financial loss. A key component of the legislation was notification to the Attorney General’s Office of a breach. My office will be better positioned to investigate massive breaches in the future and assist consumers to protect their assets from theft.” Attorney General Mark Brnovich
Mark Brnovich has been spearheading an effort in the age of Cambridge Analytica and Facebook data breaches to protect Arizonan’s privacy. With this new bill the Attorney Generals office will be notified of a breach and can take steps to protect us.