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41-1234.01 - Contributions prohibited during session; exceptions
41-1234.01. Contributions prohibited during session; exceptions
A. While registered under this article, a principal, public body, lobbyist, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist shall not make or promise to make a campaign contribution to or solicit or promise to solicit campaign contributions for:
1. A member of the legislature when the legislature is in regular session.
2. The governor when the legislature is in regular session or when regular session legislation is pending executive approval or veto.
B. Subsection A of this section only prohibits campaign contributions by principals, lobbyists, designated public lobbyists or authorized public lobbyists and the solicitation of campaign contributions by principals or lobbyists during any time that the legislature is in regular session but does not prohibit principals or lobbyists from raising monies for any other purpose during the regular session of the legislature.
C. A member of the legislature or the governor may accept a campaign contribution that is received by a member of the legislature or the governor within three calendar days after the first day of the regular session of the legislature if the campaign contribution was mailed and postmarked before the first day of the regular legislative session.