Arkansas Society of Professional Lobbyists
PO Box 24426, Little Rock, AR 72221
501-224-9018 (phone)
501-224-6489 (fax)
Laura Hawkins, Executive Director

 




Useful Links

Arkansas General Assembly: This website links to the 84th General Assembly homepage where the public can review legislative committees, calendar of events, and bill status. Information is provided about House and Senate members and their respective districts.


Secretary of State: The Secretary of State's website contains information regarding candidates for office, election results, voter registration, initiatives and referenda. There is a listing of elected officials, registered lobbyists and political action committees, as well as legislative district maps. Links to the Arkansas Ethics Commission provide access to reporting forms.


Arkansas Ethics Commission
: Arkansas Ethics Commission serves as the compliance and enforcement agency under Arkansas' standards of conduct and disclosure laws concerning candidates for public office, state and local public officials, lobbyists and committees, and individuals involved with initiatives, referendums and other matters referred to the voters. Rules, regulations and reporting forms can be located at this website, as well as Attorney General and Arkansas Ethics Commission opinions.


State of Arkansas Homepage: The Arkansas homepage provides links to the executive, legislative and judicial branches as well as federal, county and city government sites. Also, information can be found regarding Arkansas Boards/Commissions and Arkansas and federal law.


US Congress: This will link to the US House of Representatives and US Senate homepages, where you can find committee and floor schedules, roll call votes and links to congressional members' websites. This site links to the Library of Congress and the Congressional Record for the 101st through 107th Congresses through Thomas World Wide Web.


Thomas World Wide Web: Acting under the directive of the leadership of the 104th Congress to make Federal legislative information freely available to the Internet public, a Library of Congress team brought the THOMAS World Wide Web system online in January 1995, at the inception of the 104th Congress. Searching capabilities in THOMAS were built on the InQuery information retrieval system, developed by the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval based at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.


Arkansas Society of Association Executives: Link to ASAE's homepage to network with association executives concerned with such topics as convention planning, seminars, communications and publications, management skills and other topics related to association management.


 
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