Amends GS 163-278.9 to enact a new subsection that provides that the required reports that are filed with the State Board of Elections, for a legislator or member of the Council of State, must disclose if that person has established a campaign committee under federal law. If so, the report must also disclose if the federal campaign committee has solicited or accepted a contribution from registered lobbyists or lobbyist principals while the General Assembly was in regular session.
Amends GS 138A-22 to enact a new subsection that provides that the required statements of economic interest for legislators or specified public servants must be supplemented on a monthly basis while the General Assembly is in session if the legislator or public servant has established a federal campaign committee. The supplement must disclose any solicitation of or acceptance of contributions from registered lobbyists or lobbyist principals
Bill H 1264 (2013-2014)Summary date: Jun 11 2014 - More information
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