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1999 2017

Hundreds of Arizona consumers called the Attorney General’s Office to investigate whether illegal conduct was responsible for Arizona’s gasoline prices jumping 48 cents in the days following Hurricane Katrina. On September 9, 2005, Attorney General Terry Goddard launched civil antitrust and consumer fraud investigations into the causes of Arizona’s high gasoline prices. The Antitrust Unit issued 45 Civil Investigative Demands to a cross-section of Arizona’s gasoline wholesalers, distributors, retailers and related parties. The CIDs requested information and data regarding supply, demand, sales, prices and industry communications from August 1, 2005 through September 9, 2005. ATU thoroughly examined all of the ...

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2006-04-26

On February 13 & 14, 2006, Governor Janet Napolitano and Attorney General Terry Goddard sponsored a solution-focused conference: Addressing the Methamphetamine Problem in Arizona- Enforcement, Prevention and Treatment - A Call to Action. The Conference provided a quality, fact-based array of public policy and community action solutions for an audience that included law enforcement, human services professionals, medical professionals, community-based organizations, educators, Tribal organizations, the faith community and neighborhood activists. Nationally recognized speakers provided insight into and recommendations about the impact of methamphetamine and what is working nationwide in the areas of prevention, treatment and law enforcement. Arizona experts shared ...

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Arizona Methamphetamine Conference (2006 : Phoenix, Ariz.), Arizona. Governor's Office for Children, Youth and Families, Arizona. Division of Substance Abuse Policy, et al.
Created Date
2006

The Drug Endangered Children Program has continued to address effectively the needs of children found within meth lab environments and to prosecute those responsible for their suffering. Funding provided by the Governor’s Office of Children, Youth and Families along with assistance from collaborative partners have allowed the Attorney General’s Office to complete key accomplishments.

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Arizona Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Program, Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2003/2007

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is the largest public law firm in the state, and the practice areas include: Protecting Arizona consumers against fraud, providing Arizona taxpayers with quality representation of State agencies, ensuring that Arizona aggressively pursues and prosecutes drug dealers and predators, and defending the human rights of all Arizonans.

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2003/2016

A tool to educate homeowners about the foreclosure process. Unless otherwise specifically stated, the information contained herein is made available to the public for use as an example of the kinds of documents and advice one may receive in the process of negotiating with a mortgage company, HUD approved non-profit housing counseling agency or any other party involved in the delinquency or foreclosure of one’s home. The intent of the workbook is to assist individuals in resolving or preventing their foreclosure crisis.

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Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Task Force, Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2009/2013

This booklet explains some of your rights and obligations as a tenant in Arizona. All information contained comes from The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (revised Sept. 2007).

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Community Legal Services (Maricopa County, Ariz.). Volunteer Lawyers Program, Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2009-08

Attorney General Opinions are issued when requested by the legislature (or either house of the legislature), any public officer of the State, or a county attorney, on a question of law relating to their office. Our Office does not issue opinions for private citizens, nor do we offer legal advice to private citizens. The following opinions were issued from 1999 to the present time. The first two digits of each opinion indicate the year it was issued (I99 indicates it was issued in 1999), and the next three digits sequentially number the order in which the opinions were issued. For ...

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
1999/2017

In recent years, events across the country have raised the public’s awareness of the death penalty and its administration. Recognizing the need for a comprehensive study of the death penalty process in Arizona, Attorney General Janet Napolitano formed the Attorney General’s Capital Case Commission in the summer of 2000 to study key issues and make recommendations to try to ensure that the death penalty process in Arizona is just, timely, and fair to defendants and victims. This Commission was not charged with and did not consider whether a moratorium or abolition of the death penalty was warranted.

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2002-12-31

The Cold Case Task Force was created to: • Review procedures used by law enforcement agencies in investigating and preserving cold case homicides. • Review procedures used by law enforcement agencies in investigating recent homicides. • Receive comment from members of victim’s families and members of the public. It was decided that this report should focus upon the current practices of Arizona’s law enforcement community regarding cold case homicides, establishing a baseline that would allow for measured review as law enforcement progresses with the unique challenges that “cold case” homicides present.

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2007-12-28

The purpose of this booklet is to provide information about potential criminal justice and civil actions to assist victims of elder abuse (including domestic abuse in later life) and professionals who work with them. This booklet is a guide, not an authoritative source.

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Arizona. Attorney General's Office
Created Date
2001

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.

Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.