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1992 Wis Eth Bd 24 - IMPROPER USE OF OFFICE; LEGISLATORS; SOLICITATION

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A legislator should not solicit or accept contributions of legal services or
money to pay for legal services if the contributions could reasonably be
expected to influence judgment or actions or be considered a reward for past
action. A legislator should not accept legal services or contributions to defray
litigation expenses unless the legislator can demonstrate, clearly and
convincingly, that the contribution is made primarily for a reason that is
independent of the legislator's holding a public office. OEB 92-24

June 16, 1992