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EXECUTIVE BRANCH Honorarium or Expense Reimbursement Report (Effective December 7, 2016)
RSA 15-B Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure that the performance of official duties does not give rise to a conflict of interest, by prohibiting certain gifts and by requiring certain persons to file with the secretary of state a report of any honorarium or expense reimbursement received.
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Honorarium or Expense Reimbursement Report (Effective December 7, 2016)
RSA 14-C Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure that persons charged with carrying out the duties and activities of the legislative branch of state government do so in an atmosphere that supports the independent judgment of such persons and minimizes the opportunity for inappropriate influence by persons or organizations subject to or likely to become subject to or interested in any matter or action pending in the legislative branch. To that end, this chapter defines gifts that may not be given to, solicited by, or accepted by persons subject to the provisions of the chapter and establishes requirements for the reporting of honorariums, expense reimbursements, and certain other receipts.
Honorarium or Expense Reimbursement Report - Effective until December 6, 2016Guideline to State Agencies Offering Free or Discounted Items to State Legislators
Interpretive Ruling 2013 - (RSA 15-B) Payments to Legislators for Sponsored Travel and Services - What's Allowed and What Isn't
Advisory Opinion 2015-001: Whether an executive branch official who heads an agency can accept an all-expense paid 7-day trip to Israel, funded by the American-Israel Friendship League.