It is unlikely local authorities will ever go after J.Ridenour for anti trust violations. The fed defines anybody who has no supervisor and gets paid to direct a public entity as a private actor and antitrust violations apply when she directs AZBN on judgement & discipline decisions. The AZBN is the only one, other than the governor, eligible for director’s termination; or law suit filed by public Ultimately you have similar Joe Arpaio issues and it took the fed to eliminate the public threat. Arpaio was not charged by antitrust laws but a private actor which gave the fed traction. J.Ridenour has control over Bd and their decision making outcomes.
Fed calls her a private actor..field nurses call her a tyrant.