Monday, October 8, 2012

Details behind Yaroslavsky's 2004 Super Bowl tickets in dispute

Quoted in this piece in the Los Angeles Times. 

Here is an excerpt:

Good-government advocates say politicians should never use their office to land tickets and other perks unless there is a clear public benefit.
"Public officials are public servants, and they should be serving and representing their constituents, and not using their office to get perks like tickets to sporting events," said Jessica Levinson, a Loyola Law School professor who studies public corruption.

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