program is a system of registration of state and metropolitan governmental
unit lobbyists and reporting of lobbying disbursements by lobbyists
and the associations (principals) that hire them.
attempting to influence by directly communicating with, or urging
others to communicate with public officials or local officials in
metropolitan governmental units. Any activity that directly supports
this communication is considered a part of lobbying.
Attempts to influence action by either
house of the legislature, committee, or subcommittee in support of
or in opposition to a bill, resolution, amendment, nomination, appointment,
report, or gubernatorial approval or veto of a bill.
Attempts to influence the adoption, amendment, or repeal
of a rule; attempts to influence the application of adopted rules
in the cases of rate setting, power line and power plant siting, and
granting certificates of need under Minn. Stat. Ch. 216B.243.
Metropolitan Governmental Unit Action.
Attempts to influence the official actions
of a Metropolitan governmental unit.
Call Marcia Waller
at 651-296-5615 or 800-657-3889 if you have questions about the lobbying