Associated Students of Washington State University Spokane lobbying for Associated Students of Washington State University Spokane

Compensation and employment

Compensation.

$602.00 Per Month

Type of employment.
  • Lobbying is only part of other duties
Client area(s) of interest.

Lobbying is most frequent before legislative committee members or state agencies concerned with the following subjects:

  • Education
  • Higher education
Expected lobbying term.

Other

Explaination of "Other":

Lobbying duties are fulfilled before and after legislative session by meeting with the local legislators in their home offices before and after the legislative session. A maximum of 2 travel events to Olympia will occur during the legislative session.

Expenses and reimbursement

Reimbursement agreement.

This Lobbyist does not have an ongoing reimbursement agreement with the client.

Incidental expenses.

This Lobbyist is not reimbursed for incidental lobbying expenses.

Paid lobbying expenses.

This client (employer) directly pays for some lobbying expenses.

Description of expenses paid:

Travel to Olympia for a single during session lobbying day by the combined student governments of Washington State University are covered. That includes airfare, hotel, and food per diem.

Lobbying periods and reporting

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Legend

Monthly report has been filed. Click to view report.
Monthly report not due yet.
Draft lobbying report created electronically but not submitted.
Monthly report due but not filed. *Based on current registration records.
Not lobbying for Associated Students of Washington State University Spokane during this filing period.
Exempt from lobbying for Associated Students of Washington State University Spokane during this filing period.