Executive Branch Lobbying
This page contains information pertaining to executive branch lobbying activities by persons who are executive branch lobbyists and executive branch lobbyist clients.
Beginning July 1, 2011, lobbyists engaged in lobbying activities before the office of the governor or any state agency are no longer required to register with the Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board. Instead, all lobbyists shall only register with the General Assembly and their clients shall only file reports with the General Assembly.
Visit http://www.legis.iowa.gov/Lobbyist/reports.aspx for more information
|Names||Guidance||Filing Reports||View Filed Reports|
|Registered Executive Branch Lobbyists and Clients* archives only||Chapter 68B Ethics/Lobbying Laws||All filing is now done with the legislature on their online site here||Lobbyist Reports (2003-2009)|
|Lobbying Firms with Lobbyists* archives only||Administrative Rules||Client Reports|
|*current information is available at the legislature's website.||Advisory Opinions||Session Function Pre-Registrations & Reports|
|Brochures||Lobbying Total Amounts (2003-2009)|
|FAQ||Lobbyist Client Totals|
|10 Things to Avoid||Session Function Totals|
|House Ethics Committee Advisory Opinion||General Assembly Lobbying Link|
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