2011 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 42 — Public officers and employees
RS 42:1124.6 — Disclosure statements; certain agency heads and appointees to state boards and commissions


LA Rev Stat § 42:1124.6 What's This?

§1124.6. Disclosure statements; certain agency heads and appointees to state boards and commissions

A.(1) Each person who is directly employed by a statewide elected official to serve as an agency head, who is subject to annual financial statements as required by R.S. 42:1124, and who made a contribution or loan in excess of one thousand dollars to a campaign of the official who employed him, shall disclose to the board his date of employment, his salary, the name of the candidate to whom a contribution or loan was made, and the amount of any such contribution or loan. Each such person shall include the information required by this Subsection on the annual financial statement that is required by this Part.

(2) Each person who is appointed to a state board or commission, who is subject to annual financial statements as required by R.S. 42:1124.2.1, and who made a contribution or loan in excess of one thousand dollars to a campaign of the official who appointed him shall disclose to the board his date of appointment, the amount of any compensation provided for such position, the name of the candidate to whom a contribution or loan was made, and the amount of any such contribution or loan. Each such person shall include the information required by this Subsection on the annual financial statement that is required by this Part.

B.(1) The contributions or loans required by this Section to be disclosed shall include only those made within one year of the employment or appointment. This information shall be included in the report that covers the time period in which the employment or appointment occurred.

(2) For purposes of this Section:

(a) "Candidate" shall have the same meaning as provided in R.S. 18:1483(3)(a).

(b) "Contribution" means a gift, conveyance, payment, or deposit of money or anything of value, or the forgiveness of a loan or of a debt, made for the purpose of supporting, opposing, or otherwise influencing the nomination or election of a person to public office, whether made before or after the election.

(c) "Loan" shall have the same meaning as provided in R.S. 18:1483(10).

Acts 2009, No. 238, §1.

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