Ariz. Official Repays State $12K for Vehicle Use

March 02, 2016

Arizona State House Speaker David Gowan has reimbursed the state more than $12,000 for travel expenses. Nearly $10,000 of this was for mileage reimbursements he received for using his personal vehicle, when in fact he was using a state vehicle, as well as mileage overestimates, the Arizona Republic reported.

A spokeswoman for Arizona House Republicans attributed this to a mistake made by Gowan’s assistant.

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