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No public official or employee shall solicit or receive any money, in addition to that received in an official capacity for advice or assistance on matters concerning the Legislature, lobbying.
No lobbyist, subordinate of a lobbyist, or principal shall offer or provide a "thing of value" to a public employee, official or to a family member of the employee or official; the same shall not solicit or receive a thing of value from a lobbyist, subordinate of a lobbyist, or principal.
Does not apply to items of de minimis value.
Any gift, benefit, favor, service, gratuity, tickets or passes to an entertainment, social or sporting event, unsecured loan, other than those loans and forbearances made in the ordinary course of business, reward, promise of future employment, or honoraria or other item of monetary value.
Gifts from a family member or friend when motivated by familial relationship or friendship, respectively. Greeting cards, plaques, certificates, trophies, promotional items or other items or services with little intrinsic value.
Loans from financial institutions on terms generally available to the public. Opportunities and benefits available to the public or a class of all government employees. Rewards or prizes for competitors in contests or events open to the public.
Anything paid for by a governmental entity or contractor, except for sporting event tickets offered by an educational institution to anyone other than faculty, staff, or administration.
Anything if recipient pays full value. Compensation and benefits from a non-governmental employer, vendor, client, etc. Assistance rendered or provided in connection with a safety or health emergency.
Hospitality provided as part of an educational function, economic development function, work session, or widely attended event.
Any function or activity pre-certified by the Ethics Commission. Anything either provided by an association or organization to which the state or, in the case of a local government official or employee, the local government pays annual dues as a membership requirement or provided by an association or organization to a public official who is a member of the association or organization and, as a result of his or her service to the association or organization, is deemed to be a public official.
Any benefit received as a discount on accommodations, if given because of membership in an organization or association whose entire membership receives the discount. Alaska Except as otherwise provided, a legislator or legislative employee may not: Exceptions to the no-gifts-from-lobbyists rule: A gift unconnected to legislative status and from an immediate family member.
Gifts delivered on a state facility and accepted on behalf of a charity. Hospitality with incidental transportation at the residence of a person, at a social event or meal; discounts available generally or when on official state business, but only if receipt benefits the state; foodstuffs indigenous to the state shared as a cultural or social norm; travel and hospitality to obtain information on matters of legislative concern; gifts from immediate family or unconnected to a recipient's legislative status; a welcome discount or gift if available generally to all legislators and staff; a gift of legal and legal related services in a matter of legislative concern; a gift of transportation between legislators or employees if in the state and on or in a means of transport owned or under the control of the donor; a contribution or ticket to a charity event, or gift in connection with a charity event.
A political contribution is not a gift if properly reported or is exempt from the reporting. The use of a bulk mailing permit owned by a legislator's campaign committee or used in a legislator's election campaign is not a gift.
The person shall, within 60 days, deliver the gift to the legislative council, which shall determine the appropriate disposition of the gift.
Gifts solicited, accepted, or received on behalf of a recognized, nonpolitical charitable organization. Arizona A public officer or employee shall not use or attempt to use the officer's or employee's official position to secure any valuable thing or valuable benefit for the officer or employee that would not ordinarily accrue to the officer or employee in the performance of the officer's or employee's official duties if the thing or benefit is of such character as to manifest a substantial and improper influence on the officer or employee with respect to the officer's or employee's duties.
A principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf shall not make an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment for a state officer or state employee.
A state officer or state employee shall not accept an expenditure or single expenditure for entertainment from a principal, designated lobbyist, authorized lobbyist, lobbyist for compensation, public body, designated public lobbyist or authorized public lobbyist or any other person acting on that person's behalf.
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Published: Mon, 5 Dec Introduction. Within the growth directions of the tourism industry, which currently represents the fourth largest industry in the world in terms of export, events act as catalysts for attracting visitors and image-makers, creating destination profiles, positioning destinations in the market, and providing competitive advantages (Bowdin et al. ). 1. Introduction. The field of event studies, reviewed by Getz, a, Getz, b depicts the expanding field of event management and the wider social science contribution to this interdisciplinary area of study, heralded as a major success story in terms of its educational provision within higher education, its expansion of research activity and its contribution to tourism development within. THE IMPACTS OF TOURISM INDUSTRY ON HOST COMMUNITY Mansour Esmaeil Zaei PhD Scholar, Department of Public Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh, INTRODUCTION Tourism is not limited only to activities in the accommodation and hospitality sector, The tourism industry sectors and elements provide in figure 1.
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