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5-223 - Arizona state boxing and mixed martial arts commission; appointment; terms; compensation; conflict of interest; emergency ringside meetings
5-223. Arizona state boxing and mixed martial arts commission; appointment; terms; compensation; conflict of interest; emergency ringside meetings
A. The Arizona state boxing and mixed martial arts commission shall consist of three members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211. The term of office of commissioners is three years. The term of one member shall expire on the third Monday in January each year.
B. Two members of the commission constitute a quorum for conducting business. A concurrence of two members is necessary to render a decision by the commission. Emergency ringside meetings held immediately prior and subsequent to a scheduled contest for the purpose of determining whether or not there has been a violation of the rules and regulations of the commission or the provisions of this chapter shall be exempt from the provisions of title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1.
C. The commissioners shall receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611 for each day they act in their official capacity, not to exceed one hundred days each year.
D. A commissioner shall not during his term of office promote, sponsor or have any financial interest in a boxer, a boxing contest or in the premises leased for a boxing contest.