SB 192: Legislative Lobbying Expenditures
GENERAL BILL by Braynon
Legislative Lobbying Expenditures; Revising the term “expenditure” to exclude the use of a public facility or public property that is made available by a governmental entity to a legislator for a public purpose, to exempt such use from legislative lobbying requirements; providing exceptions when a member or an employee of the Legislature may accept certain expenditures made by a lobbyist or a principal; providing for the future expiration and the reversion as of a specified date of statutory text, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2014 Senate - Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
Location: In committee/council (GO)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Ethics and Elections (EE)
- Governmental Oversight and Accountability (GO)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Ethics and Elections; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Judiciary; Rules -SJ 25
• On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 02/17/14, 4:00 pm, 412 Knott Building
• Favorable by Ethics and Elections; YEAS 12 NAYS 0 -SJ 136
• Now in Governmental Oversight and Accountability -SJ 136
• Introduced -SJ 24
• Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
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