Arizona AG Brnovich Amicus Brief filed Dec 30, 2020, “Legislature has broad constitutional and statutory authority to issue legislative subpoenas”
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AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF OF
ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Filed December 30, 2020.
“The Arizona Legislature Has Broad Constitutional and Statutory Authority
To Issue Legislative Subpoenas.
Any decision the Court issues should recognize the Arizona Legislature’s broad
authority to issue and enforce legislative subpoenas. The County incorrectly takes a narrow view of the legislative subpoena power.”
In 1885, before becoming president, Woodrow Wilson commended the power of
Congress to investigate as follows:
“It is the proper duty of a representative body to look diligently into every
affair of government and to talk much about what it sees. It is meant to be
the eyes and the voice, and to embody the wisdom and will of its
constituents. Unless Congress have and use every means of acquainting
itself with the acts and the disposition of the administrative agents of the
government, the country must be helpless to learn how it is being served;
and unless Congress both scrutinize these things and sift them by every
form of discussion, the country must remain in embarrassing, crippling
ignorance of the very affairs which it is most important that it should
understand and direct.”
Wilson, CONGRESSIONAL GOVERNMENT, 303 (1885). One hundred and thirty-five years later, President Wilson’s words still ring true.
The Arizona Legislature has broad authority to investigate the County’s
administration of the 2020 general election to determine whether Arizona law regarding election administration should remain the same or be changed. In resolving this matter, the Court should (1) recognize the Arizona Legislature’s broad authority to issue legislative subpoenas, (2) exercise deferential review of the subpoenas at issue, (3) hold that the presiding officer of either house or the chairman of any committee have the authority to issue subpoenas reviewing the County’s administration of elections, and (4) reject any effort by the County to interpose separation of powers concerns.”
Corrupt Trump and supporters hater SOS Katie Hobbs elbow bumps Gov Ducey after prematurely certifying the AZ election results while the election hearing was being held.