Lobbying Disclosure Act (1995)

The Lobbying Disclosure Act created, among other things, a comprehensive reporting and disclosure structure for lobbyists.

While entities that receive Federal awards, such as nonprofit organizations, may lobby the Federal government, all Federal lobbying efforts must be paid for with non-Federal funds. The law also limits, in some cases, the amount or percentage of money an organization can spend on lobbying.


Body: Congress
Website: https://www.congress.gov
Effective Date: December 19, 1995
Entry Type: Law
Document Citation: Public Law 104-65