What would make lobbying regulations most effective?

Lobbying is an attempt to influence government actions. States lower their risk of corruption by enacting laws and practices that carefully define lobbyists and what they can do. The laws require lobbyists to disclose their activities publicly, so citizens can see who is trying to influence elected officials on which issues.

Make your suggestions for improving lobbying practices on this page.

See preliminary Corruption Risk Report Card.


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