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ADVISORY OPINION NO. 2007-07: Whether the Ethics in Government Act (Act) requires a candidate, public officer or lobbyist to disclose the use of private aircraft either in connection with a campaign, for the fulfillment or retention of office, or as a lobbyist expenditure, and if so, how the value of such use must be determined.

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Whether the Ethics in Government Act (Act) requires a candidate, public officer or lobbyist to disclose the use of private aircraft either in connection with a campaign, for the fulfillment or retention of office, or as a lobbyist expenditure, and if so, how the value of such use must be determined.


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