SB 1322: Legislative Lobbying Expenditures
GENERAL BILL by Jones
Legislative Lobbying Expenditures; Specifies that the term "expenditure" does not include the salary, benefits, services, fees, commissions, gifts, or expenses associated primarily with the recipient's employment, business, or service. Prohibits a member or employee of the Legislature from soliciting or accepting an expenditure from a lobbyist or principal when the expenditure is for the personal benefit of the member, an employee, or others. Establishes new expenditure limitations, etc.
- Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections (EE)
- Rules (RC)
- Budget (BC)
• Referred to Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Rules; Budget -SJ 98
• Introduced -SJ 98
• Original reference(s) removed: Governmental Oversight and Accountability -SJ 226
• References corrected to Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections; Rules; Budget -SJ 226
• Now in Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections
• On Committee agenda-- Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections, 04/11/11, 9:00 am, 412 Knott Building
• Favorable by Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections; YEAS 7 NAYS 4 -SJ 469
• Now in Rules -SJ 469
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Rules
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