January 31, 2019 •
New Mexico Passes Bill Requiring Additional Lobbying Disclosures
Senate Bill 191 is on its way to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s desk.
If signed, the bill will require the disclosure of the cumulative total of all individual expenditures of less than $100 made or incurred by the employer or lobbyist during the covered reporting period.
The expenditures must be separated into meals and beverages, other entertainment expenditures, and other expenditures.
Grisham has indicated she intends to sign the bill. Once signed, the bill will be effective July 1, 2019.
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