Legislative session freeze starts

No legislators, other state officials or their employees or agents may solicit or accept contributions for any state or local office candidate, to defray public office related expenses, or to retire a campaign debt during what is known as the "legislative session freeze period."  The freeze period is in effect during the regular legislative session, the 30 days before the regular session and during any special session of the legislature.

PDC Lobbying Training

Please note: This class is NOT the required Legislative Code of Conduct training. The online Code of Conduct training is sponsored by the Legislature. 

You can find the Code of Conduct training at either of the following locations:

PDC Lobbying Training

Course Objectives

Please note: This class is NOT the required Legislative Code of Conduct training. The online Code of Conduct training is sponsored by the Legislature. You can find the Code of Conduct training at either of the following locations:

Legislative session freeze begins

No legislators, other state officials or their employees or agents may solicit or accept contributions for any state or local office candidate, to defray public office related expenses, or to retire a campaign debt during what is known as the "legislative session freeze period."  The freeze period is in effect during the regular legislative session, the 30 days before the regular session and during any special session of the legislature.