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Who is a State Level Lobbyist?

Posted By gaethics On April 15, 2011 @ 3:12 pm In Lobbyist Questions | Comments Disabled

Who is a State Level Lobbyist per O.C.G.A 21-5-70 § (5) (A) & (B)?

A. Any natural person who, either individually or as an employee of another person, receives or anticipates receiving more than $250.00 per calendar year in compensation or reimbursement or payment of expenses specifically for undertaking to promote or oppose the passage of any legislation by the General Assembly, or any committee of either chamber or a joint committee thereof, or the appeal or veto of legislation by the Governor.

B. Any natural person who makes a lobbying expenditure of more than $1,000.00 in a calendar year, not including the person’s travel, food, lodging expenses, or informational material, to promote or oppose the passage of any legislation by the General Assembly, or any committee of either chamber or a joint committee thereof, or the appeal or veto of legislation by the Governor.

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