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41-1232.08. Entertainment ban; state and political subdivisions; exceptions; definition

A. A principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for a state officer or state employee. A state officer or state employee shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf.

B. A person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board or any person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for an elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board. An elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board.

C. This section shall not apply to:

1. Entertainment in connection with a special event properly reported pursuant to this article.

2. Entertainment that is incidental to a speaking engagement.

3. The following persons while attending or participating in any sporting or cultural event or activity, sponsored by the board, district or institution, in a facility that is owned or operated by the board, district or institution:

(a) Employees of a school district governing board.

(b) Employees of a community college district governing board.

(c) Employees of any institution under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents.

D. The provisions of this article that define special events for legislators apply to special events for members of the Arizona board of regents.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1232.08

41-1232.08. Entertainment ban; state and political subdivisions; exceptions; definition

A. A principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for a state officer or state employee. A state officer or state employee shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf.

B. A person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board or any person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for an elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board. An elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board.

C. This section shall not apply to:

1. Entertainment in connection with a special event properly reported pursuant to this article.

2. Entertainment that is incidental to a speaking engagement.

3. The following persons while attending or participating in any sporting or cultural event or activity, sponsored by the board, district or institution, in a facility that is owned or operated by the board, district or institution:

(a) Employees of a school district governing board.

(b) Employees of a community college district governing board.

(c) Employees of any institution under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents.

D. The provisions of this article that define special events for legislators apply to special events for members of the Arizona board of regents.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1232.08

41-1232.08. Entertainment ban; state and political subdivisions; exceptions; definition

A. A principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for a state officer or state employee. A state officer or state employee shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf.

B. A person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board or any person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for an elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board. An elected or appointed member of the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a person who for compensation attempts to influence the passage or defeat of legislation, ordinances, rules, regulations, nominations and other matters that are pending or proposed or that are subject to formal approval by the corporation commission, a county board of supervisors, a city or town governing body or a school district governing board.

C. This section shall not apply to:

1. Entertainment in connection with a special event properly reported pursuant to this article.

2. Entertainment that is incidental to a speaking engagement.

3. The following persons while attending or participating in any sporting or cultural event or activity, sponsored by the board, district or institution, in a facility that is owned or operated by the board, district or institution:

(a) Employees of a school district governing board.

(b) Employees of a community college district governing board.

(c) Employees of any institution under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents.

D. The provisions of this article that define special events for legislators apply to special events for members of the Arizona board of regents.

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