February 15, 2011 •
New York Bill Requires Disclosure by Political Consultants
New York Assembly Bill 04933, which is currently before the Assembly Election Law Committee, seeks to impose disclosure requirements upon lobbyists who act as political consultants.
The bill defines political consultants as any person receiving compensation for providing professional services relating to advising clients on political activities, political advertising, campaign strategies, campaign publicity, or campaign management.
Political consultants would be required to disclose the identities, telephone numbers, and addresses of all clients.
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