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Arizona AG Fines Google $85 Million Over Alleged Deceptive Location Tracking

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich reached a settlement agreement with Google to resolve allegations that the internet search and technology company unlawfully obtained users’ location data and used that information to sell advertisements and analyze their effectiveness in violation of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.

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AG Coalition Objects to Climate Change-Based ESG Investments

A group of 19 AGs, led by Arizona AG Mark Brnovich and Nebraska AG Doug Peterson, sent a letter to Laurence D. Fink, CEO of BlackRock, Inc., seeking clarification on whether BlackRock’s actions violate state laws in that they are motivated by interests other than maximizing financial return. The letter requests clarification on statements made by…

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Election News Roundup - 8.4.2022

Arizona: Abe Hamadeh, with backing from Donald Trump, has emerged as the winner of the state’s GOP primary for AG, defeating attorney Rodney Glassman and retired Supreme Court Justice Andrew Gould, along with three other Republican candidates. Hamadeh will face Democrat Kris Mayes and two write-in Libertarian candidates in the general election. Current AG Mark Brnovich,…

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Republican AGs Object to SEC Climate Change Reporting Proposal

A Republican group of 24 AGs, led by Patrick Morrisey of West Virginia and Mark Brnovich of Arizona, sent a letter to Secretary of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Vanessa Countryman, expressing opposition to the proposed rule entitled “The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors.”

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