The Office of Government Ethics recently proposed significant changes to the rules prohibiting gifts to executive branch employees. If the changes become law, the biggest impact could be felt by organizations that employ lobbyists. For such organizations, the changes would eliminate the often-utilized “widely attended gathering” exception to the gift ban. The latest Question of Ethics examines this proposed change.
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