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1992 Wis Eth Bd 18 - LEGISLATORS; OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS

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Statutes administered by the Ethics Board do not restrict a legislator’s service
as a member of a corporation’s board of directors, even for pay, as long as
the legislator is asked to serve for reasons independent of and unrelated to
holding state office. If the legislator is asked to serve because of membership
in the legislature, or if the corporation should employ a lobbyist at any time,
then the legislator may continue to serve but may not accept any fees or
compensation for the service. OEB 92-18

April 28, 1992