DALLAS - The Arizona attorney general's office is looking into fund transfers and open meetings issues rising from the recent sale of the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise and the lease of the city-owned Jobing.com arena to the team's new owners, according to news reports.

Assistant attorney general Christopher Munns on Aug. 5 asked acting Glendale city attorney Nick DiPiazza to provide more information about fund transfers and possible violations of the state's open meetings law by Aug. 23, according to The Arizona Republic.  The Republic gained access to the letter through a public-records request.

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