Legislation aimed at exposing lobbyists’ actions in the General Assembly is headed to the governor for his signature. Senate Bill 185, which was spearheaded by Gov. Jack Markell, requires lobbyists to file electronic reports within five days of engaging a lawmaker on a specific piece of legislation.
Delaware’s 392 registered lobbyists represent 1,004 clients on everything from payday lending issues to environmental regulations and public employeebenefits.
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