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Terms Used In Arizona Laws 41-1372
- Agency: means a department, office, corporation, authority, organization, commission, council or board of the executive branch of state government, a department, office, institution, authority, organization, commission, committee, council or board of state government that is independent of the executive or legislative branches of state government or an officer, employee or member of an agency acting or purporting to act in the exercise of official duties. See Arizona Laws 41-1371
- Corporation: A legal entity owned by the holders of shares of stock that have been issued, and that can own, receive, and transfer property, and carry on business in its own name.
1. Any elected state official.
2. Chief advisors who maintain a direct, confidential and advisory relationship with:
(a) The governor.
(b) The secretary of state.
(c) The attorney general.
(d) The state treasurer.
(e) The state mine inspector.
(f) The superintendent of public instruction.
(g) A commissioner of the corporation commission.
3. An agency attorney who maintains an attorney-client relationship with either:
(a) An officer or employee of an agency acting in the exercise of the officer’s or employee’s duty.
(b) An elected official who is listed under paragraph 2.
4. The staff of the legislature.