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New code of conduct’s stance on gifts asks lobbyists to be ‘careful about the value of hospitality,’ says Commissioner Bélanger

News,Lobby Notes | TESSIE SANCI
Published: Tuesday, 05/30/2023 3:35 pm EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 05/30/2023 3:37 pm EDT
The Hill Times Photo by Andrew Meade
Lobbying Commissioner Nancy Bélanger said the final version of the new code of conduct responds to concerns that new rules related to calculating the cost of food and beverages for lobbying events will mean tracking what public office holders are consuming at these events.

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