§ 22-10-5 Register Information shown Public records. [Repealed.ffective January 1, 2017.].
The secretary of state shall prepare and keep in conformity with the provisions of this chapter two (2) separate registers for lobbyists. One shall be for persons lobbying on legislative matters, and one for lobbyists who qualify under § 22-10-4. In these registers shall be entered the name and business address of the employer, and the name, residence, and occupation of the persons employed for any lobbying purpose in connection with legislation, the date of the employment or agreement for the employment, the length of time the employment is to continue, if the time can be determined, and the legislation by bill number or by the subject matter in the manner provided for in § 22-10-7. Each register shall be a public record and open to the inspection of any citizen upon demand at any time during regular business hours of the office of the secretary of state. Within ten (10) days of any filing, the secretary of state shall forward a list of lobbyists in the register on legislative matters to the chairperson of each standing committee of the house of representatives and the senate.
(P.L. 1988, ch. 436, § 2.)