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Barry Aarons

Lobbyist

Eastern Arizona College

HQ Phone:  (800) 678-3808

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Eastern Arizona College

615 N Stadium Ave

Thatcher, Arizona,85552

United States

Company Description

Eastern Arizona College is the premier resource for higher education in eastern Arizona and the oldest member of the Arizona Community College System. Founded in 1888, the College enjoys a rich tradition of excellence, achievement, and commitment. Fully accred...more

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www.eastvalleytribune.com

While long-time lobbyist Barry Aarons testified in favor of the measure, he also took shots at the whole concept.
He questioned whether the proposal was addressing a real problem or simply lawmakers caving to “media-fueled public pressure� that singled out free sports tickets as a problem following a scandal involving the Fiesta Bowl. Aarons, who happens to sit on the Fiesta Bowl committee, said he doubts that free tickets, which would be outlawed, are any more of a “corruptive influence� on the lawmaking process than a $100 steak dinner paid for by a lobbyist, which would still be permitted. Aarons was the only lobbyist to testify on the proposal, which now heads to the Senate floor for debate. He said the Fiesta Bowl scandal “made sports tickets evil� in the minds of the public. Aarons, the only lobbyist to testify about the proposal, said the public fallout from that event “made sports tickets evil.� But he said it would be wrong for lawmakers to focus their attention only on them. “This is about the basic question: Are gratuities of any type corruptive influence on the process?� he testified. “If you believe they are a corruptive influence on the process, and you are subject to being corrupted by accepting them, then you eliminate it all.� Sen. Katie Hobbs, D-Phoenix, agreed. She said there are probably more opportunities for egregious spending on legislators than sports tickets. Sen. Chester Crandell, R-Heber, while voting for the measure Thursday, suggested he may change his mind when it goes to the full Senate and instead hold out for a more comprehensive ban. More about Barry Aarons ARTICLE: Arizona may reintroduce tax credits to lure TV, film, commercial industry to state ARTICLE: Arizona Legislature will see lots of fresh faces Discuss Print Posted on Thursday, January 23, 2014 5:45 pm. | Tags: Lobbying, Michele Reagan, Barry Aarons, Lobbyist, Eastern Arizona College, Gail Griffin, Senate Committee, Kelli Ward, University Of Arizona, Legislator, Reagan, Judy Burges, Eastern Arizona, Bill Montgomery, Katie Hobbs, Chester Crandell


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