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Bill BL2020-147 (as amended)

An ordinance to amend Chapter 2.196 of the Metropolitan Code regarding Lobbyist Registration and Disclosure.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY:

Section 1. That Chapter 2.196 – LOBBYIST REGISTRATION AND DISCLOSURE be deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

Chapter 2.196 – LOBBYIST REGISTRATION AND DISCLOSURE

2.196.010 - Purpose and intent.

It is the intent of the Metropolitan Council to promote, preserve and advance public trust and confidence in our system of government by holding others and ourselves to ethical and transparent standards. Public Officials, Lobbyists, and Clients of Lobbyists should be truthful and transparent in communications and interactions with each other and the public. No one should act in any manner that will undermine the public confidence and trust in our government or in our processes.

2.196.020 - Definitions.

As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:

"Administrative action" means the taking of any recommendation, report or nonministerial action, the making of any decision or taking any action to postpone any action or decision, action of the mayor in approving or vetoing any ordinance or resolution, the promulgation of a rule and regulation, or any action of a quasi-legislative nature, by an official in the executive branch; however, "administration action" does not include ordinary and routine permitting, licensing, or compliance decisions by an official of the executive branch.

"Association" means a union, league, chamber of commerce, committee, club, or other membership organization.

"Contribution" shall not be construed to include the following:

A. Services, including expenses provided without compensation by a candidate or individuals volunteering a portion or all of their time, on behalf of a candidate or campaign committee;

B. Any news story, commentary or editorial distributed through the facilities of any broadcasting station, newspaper, magazine or other periodical publication, unless such facilities are owned wholly or in part, or controlled by any political party, political committee or candidate;

C. Nonpartisan activity designed to encourage individuals to vote or register to vote;

D. Any written, oral or electronically transmitted communication by any membership organization or corporation to its members or stockholders, if such membership organization or corporation is not organized primarily for the purpose of influencing the nomination for election, or election, of any person to public office; or

E. The use of real or personal property and the cost of invitations, food and beverages not exceeding one hundred dollars ($100), voluntarily provided on an individual's residential premises for candidate related activities.

"Candidate for public office" means an individual who has made a formal announcement of candidacy or qualified under the law of this state to seek nomination for election or elections to any metropolitan government office, or has received contributions or made expenditures except for incidental expenditures to determine if one shall be a candidate, or has given consent for a campaign committee to receive contributions or make expenditures with a view to bringing about a nomination for election or the election to metro government office, and any individual who has been nominated for appointment as an official in the legislative or executive branch.

"Client" means any person or entity that employs, retains or otherwise arranges for a lobbyist to engage in lobbying on behalf of the person or entity for compensation. "Client" specifically includes any such person or entity notwithstanding the lobbyist's status as an employee, agent, contractor, subcontractor or other representative lobbying on behalf of such person or entity for compensation. "Client" does not include the individual employees, officers, directors, or members of a corporation, labor organization, association, or membership organization other than the chief executive officer and the chief financial officer or comparable individuals within such corporation, labor organization, association, or membership organization. A lobbying firm is not deemed to be the client of any lobbyist within the firm.

"Compensation" means any salary received or to be received by anyone acting as a lobbyist, whether in the form of a fee, salary, payment, reimbursement or other valuable consideration and any combination thereof. Compensation does not include the salary of an individual whose lobbying is incidental to regular employment.

“Day” means every day, except Saturday, Sunday and holidays observed by the metropolitan government.

"Executive action" means the action of a commission, board, agency or other body in the metropolitan government that is not a part of the legislative or judicial branch.

"Expenditure" means any advance, conveyance, deposit, distribution, transfer of funds, loan, payment, pledge or subscription of money or anything of value, and any contract, agreement, promise or other obligation, whether or not legally enforceable, to make an expenditure; "expenditure" also includes any honorarium.

"Gift" to an officer or employee of the legislative branch of metro government means a payment, honorarium, subscription, loan, advance, forbearance, rendering or deposit of money or services, any of which are valued at fifty dollars or more, unless consideration of equal or greater value is received. "Gift" does not include a political contribution otherwise reported as required by law, a commercially reasonable loan made in the ordinary course of business, or a gift received from a member of the person's immediate family or from a relative within the third degree of consanguinity of the person or of the person's spouse, or from the spouse of any such relative. "Gift" does not include the waiver of a registration fee for a conference or educational seminar. A "gift" to an officer or employee of the executive branch of metro government means a payment, honorarium, subscription, loan, advance, forbearance, rendering or deposit of money or services, any of which are valued at twenty-five dollars or more, unless consideration of equal or greater value is received.

"Honorarium" means payment of money or anything of value for an appearance, speech or article, but "honorarium" does not include actual and necessary travel expenses which are not paid or reimbursed.

"Immediate family" means a spouse or minor child living in the household.

"Influencing" means promoting, supporting, modifying, opposing or delaying any legislative or administrative action by any means, including but not limited to the provision or use of information, statistics, studies or analyses, but not including the furnishing of information, statistics, studies or analyses requested by an official of the legislative or executive branch to such official, or the giving of testimony by an individual testifying at an official hearing conducted by officials of the legislative or executive branch.

"Legislative action" means introduction, sponsorship, debate voting or any other nonministerial official action or inaction on any ordinance, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment, report or any other matter pending or proposed in a council committee or in the council.

"Lobby" means to communicate, directly or indirectly, with any official in the legislative branch or executive branch for pay or for any consideration, for the purpose of influencing any legislative action or administrative action.

"Lobby" does not mean any of the following communications:

A. with officials of the legislative or executive branches by an elected or appointed public official performing the duties of the office held;

B. from a duly licensed attorney at law acting in a representative capacity on behalf of a client appearing before an official of the executive branch for the purpose of determining or obtaining such person's legal rights or obligations in a contested case action, administrative proceeding, or rule making procedure;


C. from an editor or working member of the press, radio or television who, in the ordinary course of business, disseminates news or editorial comment to the general public;

D. by an incumbent or prospective contractor or vendor, or an employee of the contractor or vendor, while engaged in selling or marketing to Metro, or any Metro department, board, or commission, by demonstrating or describing goods or services to be provided or by inquiring about specifications, terms, conditions, timing, or similar commercial information. However, the contractor or vendor, or employee of the contractor or vendor, shall be deemed to be a lobbyist if actively engaged in selling or marketing to an official in the executive branch or an official in the legislative branch whose duty it is to vote for, let out, overlook, or in any manner to superintend any work or any contract so marketed or sold;

E. with officials of the executive branch by any person to promote, oppose, or otherwise influence the outcome of a decision related to the issuance or award of a bond, grant, lease, loan, incentive or any component of an economic development incentive package; provided, that any person who is otherwise required to register as a lobbyist under the provisions of this chapter shall not be deemed to fall within this exception.

"Lobbying firm" means any firm, corporation, partnership or other business entity that supplies lobbying services to others for compensation.

"Lobbyist" means any person who engages in lobbying for compensation.

"Ministerial action" means an action that a person performs in a prescribed manner in obedience to the mandate of legal authority, without regard to, or the exercise of, that person’s own judgment upon the propriety of the action being taken.

"Official in the executive branch" means any member or employee of a commission, agency or other body in the executive branch who takes any administrative action.

"Official in the legislative branch" means any member, member-elect, any staff person or employee of the council.

"Person" means an individual, partnership, committee, association, corporation, labor organization, or any other organization or group of persons.

"Political contribution" or “Campaign contribution” means any amount of more than one hundred dollars, in the form of an advance, conveyance, deposit, distribution, transfer of funds, loan, loan guaranty, personal funds of a candidate, payment, digital currency, gift, pledge, purchase of a ticket to a testimonial or similar fundraising event, or subscription of money or anything of value and any contract, agreement, promise or other obligation, whether or not legally enforceable, made for the purpose of influencing a measure or nomination for election or the election of any person for public office or for the purpose of defraying any expenses of an officeholder incurred in connection with the performance of the officeholder's duties, responsibilities, or constituent services; however, "political contribution" or “campaign contribution” does not mean volunteer services or personal expenses of any amount.

"Solicit" means to entreat, to implore, to ask, to attempt, or to try to obtain.

“Volunteer Lobbyist” is a person who does not receive any compensation for services other than reimbursement of actual out-of-pocket expenses and the reimbursement is for more than ten (10) days per calendar year.

“Year” or “Calendar Year” or “Registration Year” shall mean January 1st through December 31st.

2.196.030 - Administration of provisions—Powers and duties.

A. This chapter shall be administered by the metropolitan clerk. It shall be the duty of the metropolitan clerk:

1. To prescribe forms for statements, reports and other information required to be filed by this chapter, and to furnish such forms to persons required to file such statements, reports and information;
2. To prepare and publish a manual setting forth prescribed forms and procedures to assist persons required to file statements by this chapter;
3. To preserve such statements, reports and other information required to be filed by this chapter for a period of five years from date of receipt;
4. To develop a filing, coding and cross-indexing system consonant with the purposes of this chapter;
5. To seek from the director of law, issue, and publish, upon proper request from any lobbyist or public official, advisory opinions upon the requirements of this chapter;
6. To accept and file any information voluntarily supplied that exceeds the requirements of this chapter;
7. To make statements and other information filed with the clerk available for public inspection and copying during regular office hours, and to make copying facilities available at a charge that is reasonable;
8. To prepare and publish such reports as may be deemed appropriate;
9. To promulgate any rules and regulations as may be appropriate for the administration of this chapter; and
10. To make a list of all registered lobbyists prepared pursuant to this chapter available electronically whenever practicable. The metropolitan clerk shall take care that these lists be updated and made available prior to each meeting of the Metropolitan Council. This list shall identify any person registered as a volunteer lobbyist.

B. It shall be the duty of the director of law to render opinions and give counsel to the metropolitan clerk upon request.

2.196.040 - Registration—Required when—Term—Fee.

A.1. Every person qualifying as a lobbyist under this chapter shall register by filing a written or electronic form prescribed by the metropolitan clerk within five days after becoming a lobbyist, as defined in Section 2.196.020, or at least five days before lobbying activities commence, whichever comes first. Each year thereafter, the lobbyist shall register in the same manner if the lobbyist continues to engage in lobbying. The filing shall include each of the following:
a. The lobbyist’s name, business address, home address, telephone number and email address.
b. The name, business address, telephone number and email address for each client of the lobbyist, as well as a listing of the general categories of subject matters on which the registrant lobbies. The list of general categories shall be available from the metropolitan clerk.
c. The name and business address of any member of the lobbyist’s immediate family who is an official within the legislative or executive branch.
d. The extent of any direct business arrangement or partnership between the lobbyist and any candidate for public office or any official in the legislative or executive branch.
2. Any person who registers as a lobbyist, as defined in Section 2.196.020, shall furnish written proof of that person’s authority to lobby on behalf of each client to the metropolitan clerk before engaging in any lobbying. Such written proof shall include the client’s name, business address, telephone number and email address, and in the case of a corporation, association or governmental entity, the names of the individuals performing the functions of chief executive officer and chief financial officer.
3. Any employment agreement between a lobbyist and the client of a lobbyist shall be in writing. No such agreement shall contain any provision wherein the fee to be paid to the lobbyist is contingent upon success of the lobbyist.
4. Registration is required if such person engages in lobbying that would directly or specifically benefit the economic, business or professional interest of such person or such person’s client.

B. At the time of registration, each individual lobbyist shall pay an annual filing fee of one hundred dollars for each client for whom such individual registers as a lobbyist. Any person fitting the definition of volunteer lobbyist, as defined in Sec. 2.196.020, shall register, but shall be exempt from such fee. All fees collected by the metropolitan clerk shall be paid into the general fund of the general services district.

C. A person engaged in a communication that is not considered lobbying as defined in Sec. 2.196.020 need not register as a lobbyist under this section.

2.196.050 - Registration of Volunteer Lobbyists.

A. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, if a person receives as compensation for lobbying only reimbursement for actual out-of-pocket personal expenses, and if the person receives reimbursement for ten (10) days or less per year, then the person is not a lobbyist for purposes of this chapter.

B. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, if a person receives as compensation for lobbying only reimbursement for actual out-of-pocket personal expenses, and if the person receives the reimbursement for more than ten (10) days per year, then the person shall register as a volunteer lobbyist and shall comply with all lobbyist requirements imposed pursuant to this chapter, but shall be exempt from the annual filing fee.

C. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, if an individual or entity employs, retains, or otherwise arranges for one or more persons to engage in lobbying for compensation, and if the only compensation paid is reimbursement for actual out-of-pocket personal expenses, and if the reimbursement is not paid for more than ten (10) days per person per year, then the individual or entity is not a client of a lobbyist for purposes of this chapter.

D. For purposes of this section, the term "out-of-pocket personal expenses" includes such things as legislative information services material, copying expenses, transportation costs, parking fees, and personal lodging and food expenses incurred while actually engaging in lobbying. Reimbursement for transportation, parking, personal lodging, and food costs shall be limited to expenses allowed for those items in the Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration Policy 8 - Comprehensive Travel Regulations. No such reimbursed expenses shall be for the benefit of any public official, except for informational materials delivered to public officials.

2.196.060 - Notice of withdrawal. Updating registration information.

Every person registered under this chapter shall file a written notice of withdrawal with the metropolitan clerk within five days following the termination of a lobbying employment agreement between the lobbyist and a client of the lobbyist. Such notice of withdrawal shall be retained by the metropolitan clerk for a period of five years, and the date of withdrawal shall be noted on the Registered Lobbyist Index posted on the metropolitan clerk's website. Lobbyists must update their registration statement within five days of any event or circumstance that renders the registration statement inaccurate or incomplete.

2.196.070 - Lobbying report requirements.

A. Every person registered under this chapter shall file annually with the metropolitan clerk a sworn report concerning lobbying activities. Such report shall be filed no later than January 31st of the following year.

B. Such report shall be written and shall contain the following:
1. An itemized list, by date, beneficiary, amount and circumstance of the transaction, of each gift of fifty dollars or more and each political contribution of more than one hundred dollars made by the registrant or anyone acting at the specific direction of the registrant to benefit a candidate for public office, an official in the legislative branch, a member of the candidate or official’s staff or immediate family, or a campaign committee or testimonial committee established for the benefit of a candidate for public office or such official. Such report shall also contain an itemized list by date, beneficiary, amount and circumstance of the transaction of each gift of twenty-five dollars or more and each political contribution of more than one hundred dollars made by the registrant or anyone acting at the specific direction of the registrant to benefit an official in the executive branch, a member of the official’s staff or immediate family, or a campaign committee or testimonial committee established for the benefit of such official;
2. An itemized list, by dates, beneficiaries, amounts and circumstances of the transactions, of gifts or expenditures with a cumulative total of more than five hundred dollars during the reporting period made by a registrant or anyone acting at the specific direction of the registrant to benefit an official in the legislative branch; and
3. Any cumulative total of more than fifty dollars of expenditures during a single week to benefit an official in the legislative branch.

C. When the entire membership of council is invited to an event paid for by the client of a lobbyist or by a lobbyist, invitations shall be submitted to the metropolitan clerk at least seven days in advance of the event.

D. In determining the threshold for the reporting levels required by this chapter of an event attended by more than one official of the legislative branch, a staff member, or immediate family member, a lobbyist may attribute only the actual cost for any gift or expenditure to each such official or member in attendance.

E. Any person providing funds to make a gift or expenditure other than a political contribution for the purpose of lobbying shall comply with the reporting requirements of this section whenever the purpose of such funds is to assist indirectly an official of the executive or legislative branch, or any state educational institution to lobby a specific program or programs on which legislative action is pending. Such person shall also report the source and amount of the funds which such gift or expenditure is made.

F. When the client of a lobbyist makes a gift or an expenditure to an official in the legislative branch, and the lobbyist has no prior actual knowledge of such gift or expenditure, such lobbyist shall not be responsible for including such gift or expenditure in the reports required by this chapter.

2.196.080 - Unlawful activities designated.

A. No client of a lobbyist, lobbyist or anyone acting at the specific direction of a client or lobbyist shall offer or attempt to offer anything of value to an official in the legislative or executive branch, or to the official’s immediate family, based on any stated or tacit understanding that the official's vote, official action or judgment would be influenced thereby.

B. No client of a lobbyist or lobbyist shall knowingly or willfully make or cause to be made any false statement or misrepresentation of the facts concerning any matter for which the lobbyist is registered to lobby to any official in the legislative or executive branch or any matter which the client of a lobbyist or lobbyist is required to disclose to the metropolitan clerk.

C. No official in the legislative or executive branch or a member of the official’s staff or immediate family shall solicit or accept anything of value in violation of subsection A of this section.

D. No lobbyist shall make a loan of money to any candidates for public office, officials in the legislative or executive branch, or to anyone on their behalf. No candidate for public office, official in the legislative or executive branch, or a member of that person’s staff or immediate family, shall solicit or accept a loan from a lobbyist.

F. No client of a lobbyist, lobbyist or anyone acting at the direction of a lobbyist shall pay or agree to pay a candidate for public office or an official in the legislative or executive branch compensation for real or personal property or services substantially in excess of that charged in the ordinary course of business.

G. No client of a lobbyist, lobbyist or anyone acting at the direction of a client or lobbyist shall permit a candidate for public office, an official in the legislative or executive branch, or a staff member or a member of the candidate or official's immediate family, to use the credit or credit card of a client or lobbyist or any other credit or credit card over which the client or lobbyist has control.

H. No client of a lobbyist, lobbyist or any person acting at the direction of a client or lobbyist shall pay the lodging expenses of an official in the legislative or executive branch or immediate family of the official.

I. No lobbyist shall offer or make any campaign contribution, including any in-kind contribution, to or on behalf of the mayor, vice-mayor, any judge or chancellor, or any member of the council, or any candidate for offices.

J. No client of a lobbyist shall offer or pay and no lobbyist shall solicit or accept any fee, compensation or bonus for lobbying wherein the amount of the fee, compensation or bonus is contingent upon achievement of an outcome deemed to be successful for the client.

K. No member of the council, elected official in the executive branch, or staff within the mayor's office or staff within the council office shall engage in lobbying before the Metro Government during the twelve-month period immediately following departure from such office or employment.

L. No lobbyist, as defined in Section 2.196.020, shall serve as a member of any board, commission or governmental entity of metro government having jurisdiction to regulate the business endeavors or professional activities of any client of the lobbyist.

M. No official in the legislative or executive branch shall accept travel expenses, meals or lodging if payment of the travel expenses, meals or lodging violates this section or constitutes a prohibited gift.

2.196.090 – Complaints

A. Complaint procedures:
1. Any person may submit a complaint alleging that any one or more person, lobbyist, or client of a lobbyist has violated the provisions of this chapter.
2. The complaint must be signed by the complainant and notarized, and must contain the following:
a. Complainant's legal name, current mailing address, and a valid telephone number and/or email address;
b. Names of person(s), lobbyist(s), or client(s) of a lobbyist who committed the alleged violation;
c. Summary of the facts giving rise to the complaint; and,
d. Explanation of why those facts constitute a violation of this chapter.
3. The complaint must be filed with the metropolitan clerk. Upon receipt, the clerk will provide a copy of the complaint to the person(s), lobbyist(s), or client(s) of a lobbyist named therein, the director of law, and to the members of the council board of conduct.
4. Additionally, upon receipt of a complaint, the clerk shall provide the complainant and the named persons with a copy of the complaint procedures and hearing procedures of this Code. As used in these sections, unless otherwise noted, to "provide" is to send by U.S. Mail or to hand-deliver.
5. The department of law will evaluate the complaint, applying the law of this chapter to the facts alleged in the complaint, and shall undertake an investigation as may be deemed necessary, to determine if such complaint alleges facts, which if proven true, could be deemed to be a violation of this chapter. Within fourteen calendar days from its receipt of the complaint, the department of law will issue a report concluding whether the facts alleged in the complaint, if true, would give rise to a violation of this chapter, and recommending either that the complaint be dismissed or a hearing be held on the complaint. The department of law shall provide its report to the chair of the board of conduct, and shall file it with the clerk.
6. After receiving the department of law's report, the chair of the council board of conduct shall call a meeting of the board, which meeting is open to and noticed to the public. The clerk shall also provide notice of the meeting to the director of law, the complainant, and the person(s), lobbyist(s), or client(s) of a lobbyist named in the complaint.
7. At the board's meeting, the board shall evaluate the department of law's report, and may accept or reject the department of law's recommendation. The board may decide to dismiss the complaint or call for a hearing on the complaint.
8. Whether or not the board holds a hearing on the complaint or dismisses the complaint, it shall issue a decision in writing. Any decision shall require the affirmative vote of at least four members of the board. If a hearing is to be held, the decision will not be issued until after the hearing is held. The decision shall be filed with the clerk, and provided to the complainant and to the person(s), lobbyist(s), or client(s) of a lobbyist named in the complaint.
9. Once a complaint has been received by the members of the board, and until a written decision has been issued by the board, no member of the board shall participate in any communication regarding the allegations or merits of the complaint, outside of the board's public meetings or hearings, except as contemplated by these procedures.

B. Hearing procedures:
1. If the board of conduct calls for a hearing on a complaint, the hearing shall be conducted as follows:
a. The hearing shall be noticed to and open to the public, in accordance with these procedures.
b. Notice of hearing shall be provided to the complainant and to the person(s), lobbyist(s), or client(s) of a lobbyist named in the complaint (together, the "parties").
c. The parties may, but are not required to, submit material to the board. If a party does wish to submit such material to the board, the party must file the material with the clerk, and provide a copy of the same to the other parties, at least seven calendar days prior to the hearing. The clerk shall provide a copy of the same to the board members and the department of law.
d. The parties shall have a full and fair opportunity, but are not required, to present their positions and facts to the board at the hearing. Each party has the right to the assistance of legal counsel. Each party shall be allotted a reasonable amount of time to make its presentation to the board.
e. All parties may call witnesses to give testimony at the hearing, which testimony shall be given under oath, with the witnesses stating their legal names. All witnesses will be subject to cross-examination. Each party must file with the clerk a list of the witnesses that the party intends to call at the hearing, and provide a copy of the same to the other parties, at least seven calendar days prior to the hearing. At the hearing, no party shall be permitted to call upon any person to give testimony if that person's name was not included on such list; however, the board may permit such an unnamed witness to be called by a party if, in the board's judgment, there was good cause for not timely naming the witness and the other parties would not be unduly prejudiced.
f. Board members may ask questions of any party, counsel, or witness at any time during the hearing.
g. The board may, in the exercise of its discretion, permit interested persons present at the hearing to offer testimony under oath, even if those persons were not called as witnesses by any party.
h. The board may continue a hearing to a later date.
i. The director of law or a metropolitan attorney shall be present during the hearing to advise the board.
j. The board shall abide by any applicable policies, rules, or procedures promulgated by the board as otherwise permitted in chapter 2.222.

C. Action of the board:
1. If, after a hearing, the board decides that a person, lobbyist or client of a lobbyist violated the procedures set forth in this chapter, then the board shall take one or more of the following actions, as decided by affirmative vote of at least four of its members:
a. Recommend to the metropolitan clerk that the registration of the lobbyist be suspended or that a person be prohibited from registering as a lobbyist for a period of up to two years;
b. Refer the matter to the district attorney general for appropriate action; and/or,
c. Refer the matter to the director of law with a request that appropriate civil action be instituted by the metropolitan government for restitution or other relief.. Refer the matter to the director of law with a request that appropriate civil action be instituted by the metropolitan government for restitution or other relief.

2.196.100 - False complaints.

It is a violation of this chapter for any person to file with the metropolitan clerk a sworn complaint which is false or for the purpose of harassment.

2.196.110 - Violation—Penalty.

Any violation of this chapter may be punished by a fine of up to fifty dollars per day per violation and/or the prohibition from registration, or suspension of a current registration, for a period not to exceed two years. The metropolitan clerk shall act to fine and/or prohibit or suspend registration upon recommendation by the council board of ethical conduct following the procedures set forth in section 2.196.085.

Section 2. That Section 2.222.040.A.5 of the Metropolitan Code be amended to add the following subsection e:

e. To conduct an investigation and make recommendations regarding any alleged violation of the lobbyist code as set forth in Chapter 2.196 of this code, using the procedures set forth in Section 2.196.085.

Section 3. Be it further enacted, that this ordinance shall take effect January 1, 2021, the welfare of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County requiring it.

Sponsor(s)

Kathleen Murphy

Related Documents

Legislative History

IntroducedJanuary 21, 2020

Passed First ReadingJanuary 21, 2020

Referred toRules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee

Deferred to May 5, 2020January 21, 2020

Amended and deferred to May 19, 2020May 5, 2020

Substitute adoptedMay 19, 2020

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