Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 66
ELECTION CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXPENDITURES — LOBBYISTS
67-6622.  Docket — Contents — Reports to legislature — Subjects of legislation — Written authorization. The Secretary of State shall prepare and keep a docket in which shall be entered the name and business address of each lobbyist and the name and business address of his employer or employers, and the subject or subjects of legislation (by bill number, if available) to which the employment relates, which information shall also be indexed by names of employers of lobbyists. Such docket shall be a public record and open to the inspection of any citizen upon demand at any time during the regular business hours of the office of the Secretary of State. Beginning with the first week following the beginning of any regular or special session of the legislature and on every Wednesday thereafter for the duration of such session, the Secretary of State shall from his records report to each house of the legislature the names of lobbyists registered under this act not previously reported, the names of the persons whom they represent as such lobbyist, and subject of legislation (by bill number, if available) in which they are interested.

History:
[67-6622, added Init. Measure 1974, No. 1, sec. 22.]


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