In this publication:
Lobbyist Registration -
- Lobbying Defined.
- Definition Of Lobbyist
- Lobbyist Registration
Lobbyist Report And Record Keeping -
- Periodic Lobbyists Reports
- Information Required
- Principal Reports
- Audit Records.
Corporate Political Activity -
- General Prohibition
- Independent Expenditures
- State Political Action Committees (“Pacs”)
Gifts To Public Officials Prohibited -
- State Officials
- Local Officials
Issues In Communicating With Public Officials -
- Ex Parte Communications
- Revolving Door Restrictions
- Conflict Of Interest
Employment Law Issues -
- Employer Retaliation Prohibited
- Employee Candidates
- Employee Communications
- Employee Time Off To Vote
Miscellaneous Provisions -
- Lobbyist Fees B. Fundraising Restrictions
- Tax Deductibility
- Potential For Tax Exempt Status
- Excerpt from: Lobbyist Registration -
Lobbying Defined. The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosur Board (“Board”) administers and enforces the registration and reporting requirements for lobbyists under the Minnesota Ethics in Government Act (Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 10A).
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Topics: Conflicts of Interest, Corporate Gifts, Ex Parte, Lobbying, Lobbyists, Recordkeeping Requirements, Registration
Published In: General Business Updates, Elections & Politics Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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