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Industrial Commission of Arizona v. Hunt

Supreme Court of Arizona

March 6, 1941

THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONA, Plaintiff,
v.
JOE HUNT, Treasurer of the State of Arizona, Defendant

Original proceeding in Mandamus. Alternative writ made peremptory.

Mr. Rouland W. Hill and Mr. Howard A. Twitty, for Plaintiff.

Mr. Joe Conway, Attorney General, and Mr. Earl Anderson, Assistant Attorney General, for Defendant.

OPINION

PER CURIAM.

The question involved in this case and in McGinness v. Hunt, ante, p. 70, 111 Pac. (2) 65, is identical, that is, as to whether employees of the Industrial Commission whose employment and compensation have once been approved by the governor of the state are entitled to be paid their salaries, or must the commission submit such employment and [57 Ariz. 77] salaries to each incoming governor and secure his approval before they may be paid their salaries.

The only difference in the cases is that this one is prosecuted by the Industrial Commission in behalf of all its employees. The attorney general and attorneys for

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the commission have stipulated that the decision in the McGinness case should control this case.

The alternative writ is made peremptory as to all employees of the commission except McGinness, who secured judgment for the payment ...


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