APS actions unethical

Editor:

The millions of dollars spent by APS to influence elections may not be illegal, but it strikes me as unethical. They are manipulating the people who oversee their operations and approve their fees.

Rates could be a lot lower if money was not being used in this way. Alternatively, all that money spent on influencing politicians and election outcomes could have been better spent on improving service, supporting our poor and elderly who struggle to pay their bills and investing in clean energy sources. Think what could be accomplished.

Ruth Fleming, Payson

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