January 27, 2011 •
News from the Mississippi Legislature
House Bill 44, a bill regarding ‘revolving door’ legislation, has been introduced in the Mississippi legislature. According to the bill, a member of the legislature would not be permitted to engage in or perform any function which would require registration as a lobbyist for a period of four years following the expiration of his or her legislative term. If passed, the bill would take effect July 1, 2011.
Photo of the Mississippi State Capitol by Charlie Brenner on Wikipedia.
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