Long Beach Ethics Commission Considers Amending Lobby Law

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The Long Beach Ethics Commission discussed potentially tightening the city’s lobbying ordinance by requiring elected officials to report their contacts with lobbyists, changing who has to register as a lobbyist, and adjusting how often they have to file disclosures. Earlier this year, commissioners started reviewing the 12-year-old law, which, thus far, has never been used to charge anyone with violating lobbying rules.


The Commission agreed to send the report back to Ad Hoc Committee on the Lobbyist Ordinance to draft a proposal to bring back to the Commission.

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