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ADVISORY OPINION NO 2011-04 Whether an individual who identifies herself as representing a non-profit organization is lobbying by appearing to testify before a House Committee if such person is not compensated (as an employee or otherwise) and does not make any expenditures as defined by the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Act (the “Act”).

Posted By gaethics On August 16, 2011 @ 3:05 pm In Advisory Opinions | Comments Disabled

Whether an individual who identifies herself as representing a non-profit organization is lobbying by appearing to testify before a House Committee if such person is not compensated (as an employee or otherwise) and does not make any expenditures as defined by the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Act (the “Act”).


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