(5 ILCS 420/3-302) (from Ch. 127, par. 603-302)
    Sec. 3-302. No person with whom a legislator maintains a close economic association should accept an economic opportunity when he knows, or should know, of the substantial possibility that it is being offered with intent to influence that legislator's official conduct. Where feasible, a person with a close economic association with a legislator should also decline to accept an economic opportunity which presents a substantial threat to the legislator's independence of judgment.
(Source: Laws 1967, p. 3401.)