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(25 ILCS 170/3.1)
Prohibition on serving on boards and commissions.
Notwithstanding any other law of this State, on and after February 1, 2004,
but not before that date, a person required to be registered
under this Act, his or her spouse, and his or her immediate family members
living with that person may not
serve on a board, commission, authority, or task force authorized or created
by State law or by executive order of the Governor; except that this
restriction does not apply to any of the
(1) a registered lobbyist, his or her spouse, or any
immediate family member living with the registered lobbyist, who is serving in an elective public office, whether elected or appointed to fill a vacancy; and
(2) a registered lobbyist, his or her spouse, or any
immediate family member living with the registered lobbyist, who is serving on a State advisory body that makes nonbinding recommendations to an agency of State government but does not make binding recommendations or determinations or take any other substantive action.
(Source: P.A. 96-555, eff. 1-1-10; 96-1358, eff. 7-28-10.)