March 27, 2017 •
Wisconsin Legislators Consider Revolving Door Ban
Wisconsin legislators introduced a bill to prohibit lawmakers from lobbying for at least one year after leaving legislative office.
The bill, identical to a bill proposed during the last legislative session, was introduced with wide bipartisan support.
Current state law establishes a revolving door provision for state employees and officials seeking to become lobbyists; the prohibition does not, however, extend to legislators.
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