Arizona Appeals Court Rejects AG's Lawsuit Over Tuition

August 21, 2019

Arizona's Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld a lower court decision dismissing a lawsuit in which the state's attorney general sought to challenge the power of the Arizona Board of Regents to set tuition. The board, in seeking to dismiss the lawsuit, had argued that the AG, Mark Brnovich, did not have standing to challenge whether the board was keeping tuition "as nearly free as possible," per Arizona's Constitution.

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