Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Inspector General Rules Daniels Can Lobby as Purdue President

Indiana 's inspector general and the Indiana Department of Administration’s executive director of executive branch lobbying have ruled that it would not be a violation of the one-year “cooling off period” required by the State Ethics Code for Mitch Daniels to lobby the legislature as Purdue's president next year. Both opinions are informal, however, and are not binding. Only the full ethics commission can issue an official advisory opinion. You can read more here.