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The lobby of this Beaux-Arts hotel was the scene where Ulysses S. Grant smoked cigars and drank brandy. Did the people who flocked around him in the lobby start the use of the term lobbyist as we know it?

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Lobbyists are familiar with the gift restrictions, limits, and bans in those jurisdictions where they are registered. There are many states across the country, such as North Carolina and Tennessee, that completely prohibit lobbyists from providing any type of gift or meal to a legislator. However, many of these states have exceptions to their rules when legislators are attending national conferences, such as the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Annual Legislative Summit.

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August 26, 2010  •  

Ballot Measure 1 Fails Decisively

A ballot initiative in Alaska to put limits on lobbying and campaign donations was overwhelmingly defeated during the state’s Tuesday primary.

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State lawmakers received at least $67,000 worth of gifts last year, according to statements of financial interest filed with the Pennsylvania Ethics Commission.

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August 19, 2010  •  

New Proposed Gift Restrictions in New York

News from the New York Commission on Public Integrity, input is sought.

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Registered lobbyists in Oklahoma have given more than $360,000 to campaigns for the fall elections, with statewide candidates picking up the biggest share of the contributions.

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August 13, 2010  •  

A Lobbying Heads up from Illinois

Straight from the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office:

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August 12, 2010  •  

Nola Werren at CESSE

State and Federal Communications, Inc. was represented at organization’s annual meeting.

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August 11, 2010  •  

New Code of Ethics for Broward County

After a long wait, Broward County, Florida has a new ethics law.

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August 10, 2010  •  

N.J. ELEC Posts Lobbyist Reports Online

Members of the public may now visit the Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) Web site and read the actual scanned copies of financial activity reports filed by lobbyists in 2010.

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August 9, 2010  •  

Illinois Reporting System Set to Open

Illinois Secretary of State’s office announces due date for the first lobbyist expenditure report of 2010.

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Illinois residents can now find out who is trying to influence county government with the click of a mouse.

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