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1998 Wis Eth Bd 06 - IMPROPER USE OF OFFICE; LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS; SOLICITATION

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The Ethics Board advises that a legislator should not authorize an
organization to draw on the title and prestige of the legislator’s state
government office to solicit financial contributions if the organization [1] is a
lobbying principal that tries to influence legislation and spends money in
support of or in opposition to candidates for election to state offices, or [2] is
an organization with which the legislator is associated.