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2003 Wis Eth Bd 02 - LOBBYING LAW

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The Ethics Board advises:

A legislator should not accept compensation from an organization that
employs a lobbyist even for services the legislator has provided to the
organization; and

In the case of two affiliated organizations, one employing a lobbyist and the
other not, a legislator may accept compensation for services from the latter
only if the organization can demonstrate that it acts independently of its
affiliate.