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Key Takeaways:

  • More than half the states have disclosures reports due in April 2022, in addition to the federal government.
  • Nineteen localities also have disclosures due (including the District of Columbia).
  • Additionally, annual registrations expire in two states — Virginia and Wyoming.
  • What does “periodic disclosure” mean? If you’re already registered in one of these states, and you’re required to file disclosure reports in April.

In April, 29 states have periodic disclosure requirements. In other words, if you’re already registered in one of these states and are required to file disclosure reports, you must do so in the coming month. Additionally, the federal government and 19 localities (including the District of Columbia) also have deadlines. Registrations expire in two additional jurisdictions, if you are lobbying in these states you must renew your registration. Check out the map and table below for the states with due dates this month.

State

Municipality 

Arizona

City of Phoenix

California

City of Berkeley

California

City of Glendale

California

City of San Diego

California

Los Angeles City

California

Los Angeles County

California

San Diego County

Illinois

City of Chicago

Massachusetts

City of Boston

New York

Nassau County

New York

Suffolk County

Oregon

City of Portland

Pennsylvania

City of Philadelphia

Texas

City of Austin

Texas

City of Dallas

Texas

City of Houston

Washington

City of Seattle

Washington

King County

District of Columbia

Not registered yet? Don’t miss a critical deadline — learn more about our industry-leading lobbying compliance services here and don’t hesitate to reach out to our team with questions