2016 Indiana Code

Download as PDF IC 2-2.2-5 Chapter 5. Prohibitions and Violations IC 2-2.2-5-1 Disorderly behavior; instances; punishment Sec. 1. The following constitute disorderly behavior and may be punished by the house or senate as provided in Article 4, Section 14 of the Constitution of the State of Indiana: (1) Knowing or intentional failure to file a required statement by the deadline prescribed in IC 2-2.2-2. (2) Knowing or intentional filing a false statement prescribed by IC 2-2.2-2. (3) Knowing or intentional violation of section 2, 3, or 4 of this chapter. As added by P.L.123-2015, SEC.2. IC 2-2.2-5-2 Acceptance of compensation based on confidential information Sec. 2. A member may not accept any compensation from any employment, transaction, or investment that was entered into or made as a result of material information of a confidential nature gained as a member of the general assembly. As added by P.L.123-2015, SEC.2. IC 2-2.2-5-3 Receiving honoraria Sec. 3. A member may not receive an honorarium for an appearance or a speech made or given in the member's capacity as a legislator. As added by P.L.123-2015, SEC.2. IC 2-2.2-5-4 Sale of lease of property or service; compensation in excess of that received in ordinary course of business Sec. 4. A member may not receive compensation for the sale or lease of any property or service that substantially exceeds that which the member would charge in the ordinary course of business from any person whom the member knows or, in the exercise of reasonable care and diligence should know, has an economic interest in a legislative matter. As added by P.L.123-2015, SEC.2. Indiana Code 2016

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