A lobbying principal may not furnish a legislator transportation to visit a
facility in another state. A principal may make transportation available to
the state under either of the following circumstances: (1) the State pays the
full cost of the transportation; or (2) the State procures the transportation, at
any or no cost, for a governmental purpose neither at the behest of a specific
governmental official-beneficiary nor with the intention of a specific
governmental official’s benefiting from the procurement.
OEB 96-8 (June 3, 1996)