Louisiana Administrative Code
Title 52 - ETHICS
Part I - Board of Ethics
Chapter 21 - Executive Branch Lobbyist Disclosure Act
Section I-2123 - Expenditures Made Directly by the Principal or Employer

Universal Citation: LA Admin Code I-2123

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

A. An expenditure made directly by an employer or principal in a lobbyist's presence shall be attributed to and reported by the lobbyist. If more than one lobbyist is present, then the employer or principal shall designate which lobbyist shall report the total amount of the expenditure.

B. An employer or principal who makes such an expenditure is required to provide the following information to the lobbyist no later than two business days after the close of each reporting period:

1. the total amount of the expenditure;

2. the amount of the expenditure that has been attributed to the lobbyist and which must be reported by the lobbyist;

3. the nature of the expenditure;

4. the names of the executive branch officials involved; and

5. the agencies of the executive branch officials involved.

C. Failure by the employer or principal to provide the necessary information to its lobbyist regarding such expenditure will cause the employer or principal to be required to register and report as a lobbyist and may subject the employer or principal to penalties.

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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