November 16, 2015 •
Georgia Announces Proposed Changes to Lobbying, Campaign Finance Rules
The Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission issued a notification of proposed changes to the Commission’s rules. New rules being considered deal with lobbying expenditures made to the family of a public official or employee, when campaign contributions are deemed received, and anonymous contributions.
Rule amendments are also being considered to several sections of Chapter 189, including 189-1-.07 concerning adjustments of contribution limits based on inflation.
The Commission will consider the changes on December 15, 2015.
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