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Chapter 6. Lobbyists (Refs & Annos). Loans from Lobbyist or Lobbying Firm; Placing Official Under Personal Obligation.   

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(a) For purposes of Government Code Section 86205(a), placing an elected state officer, legislative official, agency official, or state candidate under personal obligation includes arranging or making a loan whether secured or unsecured, to the elected state officer, legislative official, agency official or state candidate, either directly or through an agent.

(b) A lobbyist or lobbying firm "arranges" a loan when the lobbyist or lobbying firm:

(1) Refers the elected state officer, legislative official, agency official, or state candidate, who is to be the recipient of the loan, to an individual for the purpose of facilitating the making of the loan and has any contact with any individual to facilitate the making of the loan; or,

(2) Cosigns, guarantees, furnishes security for, or endorses the loan for the elected state officer, legislative official, agency official, or state candidate.

Authority cited:

Government Code 83112

Reference:

Government Code 86205

(Added by Register 89, No. 42.)