§ 22-10-7 Entries as to additional subjects of legislation. [Repealed.ffective January 1, 2017.].
(a) Every person, corporation, or association employing any lobbyist, and the lobbyist, shall, whenever further subjects of legislation are introduced or arise which the lobbyist is to promote or oppose, make or cause to be made additional entries opposite their names in the register. Each entry shall state the legislation by bill number or by the subject.
(b) The secretary of state shall prepare a form containing a comprehensive list of legislative subjects which shall be provided to each registrant. The registrant shall designate on that form the subject or subjects on which he or she intends to promote or oppose legislation. If the person intends to lobby on a subject not so listed, he or she shall identify it by bill number or by topic including a reference to the chapter of the general laws to be affected.
(P.L. 1988, ch. 436, § 2.)