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Utah lobbying guidelines

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The Lieutenant Governor's Office houses lobbying information and records for Utah. The Pacific Research Institute ranks Utah 46 out of the 50 states for accessibility of lobbying disclosure information.[1]

Who must register?

Before a regular citizen may lobby in Utah, he or she must register with the Lieutenant Governor's Office. The individual must pay a $25 registration fee.[2]

Government officials, however, do not need to register in order to lobby.[2]

Lobbyists must renew their lobbying license on December 31 of every even-numbered year, regardless of when the license was obtained.[2]

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