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December 2021 - Newsletter
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The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission will hold its next regular meeting in room 169, Capitol Annex on Monday, February 14th, 2022 at 9:30 a.m.
As of July 1, 2021, we are happy to announce that the Commission office will re-open its office to the public. We request that you wear a mask when visiting our office.
We encourage you to continue to contact us via the means listed below, and by filing electronically or by scanning paperwork and emailing it to us. If you need to send the Commission copies of paperwork, it is most efficient to scan and email it to the email addresses as listed on the staff page, or fax to the number above.
You may reach Laura Hendrix, Executive Director, at (502) 573-2910, Emily Dennis, Counsel, at (502) 573-2911, and Lori Smither, Staff Assistant, at (502) 564-9084 You may still reach Donnita Crittenden, Executive Assistant, at the main Commission number (502) 573-2863.
If a lobbyist or employer is currently filing disclosures by paper and would like to file online, please email us and we can contact you with an ID and password.
If an entity needs to register as a lobbyist or employer, please email the required scanned paperwork to Donnita Crittenden or Lori Smither at the staff emails or fax them to (502) 573-2929.
All provisions of the Code of Legislative Ethics are in force during this time. If there is a need for an opinion about the application of the Code to any particular ethical issue that may arise, please continue to contact us and we will answer your questions.
KLEC Guidebook may be found here
2020 General Assembly adopts changes in Code of Legislative Ethics
see what's changed.
KLEC adopted a new opinion on December 12, 2018. To read this opinion click here OLEC 18-01.