Missouri lobbying guidelines

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The Missouri Ethics Commission houses lobbying information and records for Missouri. The Pacific Research Institute ranks Missouri 8 out of the 50 states for accessibility of lobbying disclosure information.[1]

Who must register?

All lobbyists, as defined under Missouri state law, must register with the Missouri Ethics Commission. No later than 5 days after beginning lobbyist activities, lobbyists must file a Lobbyist Registration Statement. On the registration, the types of lobbyist must be identified. Upon registering and paying the $10 registration fee, the Missouri Ethics Commission provides the information necessary for the lobbyist to electronically report and maintain lobbyist information.[2]

External links

References

  1. "State-Level Lobbying and Taxpayers: How Much Do We Really Know?," Pacific Research Institute
  2. Lobbyist Guidelines