June 13, 2019 •
Nevada Imposes New Disclosure Requirements
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a lobbying bill to codify existing interpretations of the Legislative Counsel Bureau and to impose additional disclosure from lobbyists.
Assembly Bill 452 provides for more detailed information on registrations.
Additionally, the bill requires a supplemental registration to be filed for any changes to registration within 24 hours during a legislative session and within 14 days during the interim.
The bill also clarifies that filing a notice of termination does not relieve the lobbyist of the duty to comply with certain continuing requirements and prohibitions of the Lobbying Act.
The bill is effective immediately.
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