Moulton v. Napolitano
In Moulton v. Napolitano, 205 Ariz. 506, 510, P 8, 73 P.3d 637, 641 (App. 2003), a number of plaintiffs who owned vehicles that had qualified for certain state-funded incentives sued the State for bad faith, breach of contract, and other violations of their constitutional rights when the Legislature repealed and modified the benefits once available to owners of such vehicles. 205 Ariz. at 509, P 1, 73 P.3d 637.
The court noted that when alleged constitutional violations were "inextricably intertwined" with government benefits for which administrative remedies exist, an exhaustion of remedies is required. Id. at 512, P 16, 73 P.3d at 643.