In the realm of free-market ethics, it is known as enlightened self-interest -- an activity advancing the betterment of the community while at the same time also benefiting the people promoting the activity.
It would benefit the community of Arizona if state lawmakers would put into law a coherent framework for what is acceptable in terms of politicians accepting gifts. Voter cynicism might abate. Voter participation, as a result, might rise.
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