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1999 Wis Eth Bd 02 - LOBBYING

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Each independent chapter of a network of organizations that spends more
than $500 in a year to employ a lobbyist must separately register as a
lobbying principal if its lobbyist makes lobbying communications on at least
five days in a six-month reporting period. If the network (1) has articles or
other written agreement of association; (2) has officers, directors, or others
who jointly direct the association’s activities; and (3) the lobbyist does not
take direction from any one chapter or combination of chapters other than
the association; then the network rather than the individual chapter should
register as a principal.