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Ohio government sector lobbying

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Taxpayer-funded lobbying is government to government lobbying. Counties, cities, school districts, public facilities, and associations of public employees frequently use public funds to influence legislation and appropriations at the state and federal levels.

This practice is controversial because public funds are spent to lobby for an agenda not subject to direct approval by voters, and outcomes may be contrary taxpayers benefit.

Several government entities have registered lobbyists in the state. The Attorney General's Office and the Ohio Auditor of State each have three registered lobbyists for 2010 for in-state lobbying.[1]

City lobbying

The following is a list of cities in the state with registered lobbyist, but the list is not exhaustive: there are more municipalities in the state which lobby:[1]

Taxpayer-funded lobbying associations

The following is a list of Ohio government sector lobbying associations by type:

County

Emergency services

Health

Justice

Municipal

School

Other


References

Template:Ohio government sector lobbying associations Template:Lists of government sector lobbying associations