Listed below are total salary and fees reported on the registered lobbyists/lobbyist firms monthly expense report (L2).
Compensation shows the amount incurred (what was paid and may be owing) during the year for lobbying-related compensation. This include any funds set aside for deferred income, bonuses or the value of similar deferred payments paid or due.
Expenses shows the amount in expenditures made to or through the lobbyists. Expenditures include amounts paid or due the lobbyist for: reportable personal expenses; entertainment, gifts and travel for legislators, state officials and employees and their families; contributions to elected officials, candidates and political committees that were transmitted or delivered by the lobbyist; advertising, printing, and other informational literature; and other reportable expenses paid to or through the lobbyist in support of your lobbying objectives.
|Name||Compensation||Compensation To Sub-Lobbyist||Expenses||Total Amount|
|PLAUCHE & CARR LLP*||$3381.00||-$0.00||$0.00||$3381.00|
|Total Expenses By or Through Lobbyists||
Summary of itemized political contributions have not been entered for this report.
Summary of affiliated PAC contributions have not been entered for this report.
Summary of independent expenditures supporting or opposing Legislative or State Executive candidates have not been entered for this report.
Summary for expenditures supporting or opposing statewide ballot proposition has not been entered for this report.
Summary of entertainment expenditures have not been entered for this report.
Summary of itemized expenditures that were for the purpose of influencing, honoring or benefiting a legislator or official have not been entered for this report.
Summary of other lobbying related expenditures have not been entered for this report.
Summary of expenditures not listed elsewhere have not been entered for this report.
|Name||Relationship||Amount||Description of consideration or service|
|Alex Ybarra||Legislator||4,500 to 23,999||Supporting the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure's (CSI) Innovation Lab to seek clients in Eastern Washington. Through its Innovation Lab, CSI brings local infrastructure decision-makers proven tools and expertise to develop innovative, locally tailored solutions that deliver bigger, broader community benefits through smarter infrastructure investments.|
Summary of compensation for professional services paid to corporations, partnerships, etc have not been entered for this report.