HB 2340 Conflict of interests; members of General Assembly.
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Conflict of interests; members of General Assembly. Prohibits a legislator from accepting compensation for employment to represent any person in an adversarial proceeding before any agency of the executive branch of government or any independent agency of state government. The bill does not prohibit, however, a legislator from receiving payment for reasonable and necessary expenses for such representation, nor does it prohibit any member from representing any person before a court or judge for compensation. The bill also prohibits a legislator from accepting employment for compensation to represent any state agency and from lobbying for two years, rather than one year, after leaving the General Assembly.

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01/17/97  House: Presented & ordered printed 973505483  pdf

01/17/97  House: Presented & ordered printed 973505483
01/17/97  House: Referred to Committee on Rules
01/22/97  House: Assigned to Rules sub-committee: 2
02/02/97  House: Reported from Rules (10-Y 0-N)
02/02/97  House: Referred to Committee on Privileges and Elections
02/04/97  House: No action taken by Privileges and Elections by voice vote