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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 50 . Public Information
Section 511. Registering and reporting by a representational lobbyist and his employer

2 AAC 50.511. Registering and reporting by a representational lobbyist and his employer

(a) An individual who attempts to influence legislative or administrative action, and receives only reimbursement for his travel and personal living expenses, is considered a representational lobbyist. "Representational lobbyist" means that the individual is not employed by the person or group on whose behalf he is lobbying and receives no salary, fee, retainer, or any economic consideration whatsoever, other than reimbursement of travel and personal living expenses, for his services as a lobbyist. A representational lobbyist need not submit reports pursuant to AS 24.45.051 , but must register his representation on a form prescribed by the commission. "Personal living expenses" is considered to be an amount equal to the per diem currently allowed by the Administrative Manual of the State of Alaska. "Travel" means the cost of traveling to the capital city or the location of official proceedings of standing, interim, or special legislative or administrative committees or agencies.

(b) The person or group which reimburses a representational lobbyist for his expenses must register and report as the employer of a lobbyist in accordance with the requirements of AS 24.45.061 and 2 AAC 50.

History: Eff. 4/28/79, Register 70

Authority: AS 15.13.030 (10)

AS 24.45.021 (b)

AS 24.45.031 (a)

AS 24.45.061

AS 24.45.171 (8)


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