July 17, 2017 •
Executive Order Bans Appointments of Lobbyists to Alabama Boards and Commissions
Gov. Kay Ivey banned lobbyists from executive branch appointments in an executive order dated July 13, 2017.
The order states public officials or public employees of the executive branch are prohibited from appointing a registered lobbyist to any executive agency. Any lobbyist currently serving in a position within the executive branch may finish their current term.
The press release and executive order can be found on the Governors website.
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