Louisville Passes Ordinance to Regulate Lobbying - State and Federal Communications

November 16, 2022  •  

Louisville Passes Ordinance to Regulate Lobbying

Louisville, KY - by: Chris Watson, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

A new city ordinance passed by Louisville, Kentucky Metro Council creates registration and disclosure requirements for lobbying.

Beginning in May 2023, Ordinance 058-22 will require lobbyists and employers engaging a city official to influence executive agency decisions or legislation to register with the Ethics Commission within seven days of the communication.

In addition to registration, each lobbyist and employer will be required to disclose expenditures on lobbying.

The final version of the ordinance is expected to be published soon.

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