Louisiana Administrative Code
Title 52 - ETHICS
Part I - Board of Ethics
Chapter 21 - Executive Branch Lobbyist Disclosure Act
Section I-2121 - Election by Employer or Principal to Report for Lobbyists

Universal Citation: LA Admin Code I-2121

Current through Register Vol. 49, No. 12, December 20, 2023

A. An employer or principal may elect, pursuant to R.S. 49:76G(2)(a), to file a single expenditure report.

B. If an employer or principal elects to file such reports, an Employer/Principal Designation form, as promulgated in this Chapter, must be completed and submitted to the board by January 31. The designation shall be effective for one year and requires the employer or principal to report all expenditures made by all lobbyists representing its interests during that calendar year.

C. In the event an employer or principal files an expenditure report which does not include a statement of expenditures for one of its lobbyists, the report shall not be timely filed until a complete report disclosing the expenditures of all of its lobbyists is filed.

D. Late fees shall continue to accumulate until a complete report is filed.

Promulgated by the Department of Civil Service, Board of Ethics, LR 31:1235 (June 2005).

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 42:1134(A).

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