Nebraska lobbying guidelines

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The Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission houses lobbying information and records for Nebraska. The Pacific Research Institute ranks Nebraska 13 out of the 50 states for accessibility of lobbying disclosure information.[1]

Who must register?

A lobbyist is a person who attempts to affect matter before the Nebraska Legislature on behalf of another. A principal is the person or entity on whose behalf the lobbyist engages in lobbying activity. All lobbyists must register with the Clerk of the Legislature and file Quarterly Lobbyist Reports.[2]

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