ALL Agent and Employer Activity and Expenditure Reports for the May-August 2010 Reporting Period were due on September 30, 2010. Beginning today, the OLIG will be mailing out fee assessments to delinquent filers. As of October 28, 2010 there are 5 delinquent … Continue reading
Agents and Employers now have the ability to enter an alternate email address in their OLAC accounts. This will allow one additional person to receive all notification emails that the account is signed up to receive. These notifications are as … Continue reading →
HB 519 created the Ohio Casino Control Commission. This legislation also modified Ohio’s lobbying laws relative to lobbying the Commission and attempts to affect the outcome of the various regulations under the Commission’s jurisdiction. The memo can be found HERE.
The delinquent Agent and Employer lists for the May-August 2010 reporting period are now posted on our homepage (www.ohiolobbying.com). On October 15, 2010 all remaining delinquent filers will be sent a certified letter noting their delinquency.
ALL Activity and Expenditure Reports for the May-August 2010 Reporting Period due September 30, 2010.
What kind of receipts or records do I need to keep regarding lobbying expenditures? Ohio law requires lobbyists or their employers, whomever makes the expenditure for the benefit of a public official, to maintain receipts of the expenditure until December … Continue reading →
What is the difference between agent and employer expenditures? Expenditures should be reported as either an Agent expenditure or an Employer expenditure on the activity and expenditure reports. When determining whether an expenditure should be reported as an agent expense … Continue reading →
This link will take you to the .pdf image of the memo on expenditures incurred at a meeting of a national organization to which any state agency pays dues.
Basically, a Financial Transaction is defined as a joint business venture or the co–ownership of property between: A lobbyist and a public official; The employer of a lobbyist and a public official; The immediate family (parent, child, sibling, or spouse) … Continue reading →
Ohio’s Lobbying Laws generally prohibit compensation arrangements based on the outcome of : legislation, decisions regarding the expenditure of state funds by executive agencies, or decisions regarding the placement of state funds by one of the five public retirement systems. … Continue reading →