October 4, 2017 •
Will your grassroots advocacy work trigger reporting requirements?
Does your advocacy work include grassroots lobbying? Do you know what actions are considered grassroots lobbying?
Generally, Grassroots Lobbying is defined as the act of encouraging the public to contact lawmakers and administrative officials for the purpose of influencing legislation or other official action.
These actions may trigger registration requirements. And if your organization already has registered lobbyists, these actions may have to be reported.
State and Federal Communications is here to help you. Our newest tip sheet on Grassroots Lobbying will provide you with guidance on how to ensure you can stay compliant with all your grassroots advocacy efforts.
This tip sheet will provide you with the key information to keep in mind as you begin your efforts, including knowing what activities trigger registration and when you have to register.
Click here to get this FREE tip sheet today – and ensure you and your team can say “I Comply!”
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