Past due: Lobbyists who missed the annual report deadline

Every year, organizations registered with the state as lobbying entities are required to file an annual lobbying activity report.

According to the Secretary of State’s Lobbying Handbook, each organization’s designated lobbyist is responsible for the annual report.

This year’s annual report was due March 2.

Here’s a list of the 54 organizations that are registered as lobbying entities with the Secretary of State’s website, but which have not filed their report or asked for an exemption to the reporting requirements, updated as of March 24. (Click here to download the complete file)

As of March 17, 2015, 100 lobbying entities had not filed an annual report, according to the Secretary of State (list at bottom).

Here’s a list of all the organizations that are registered as lobbying entities with the Secretary of State’s website, but which have not filed their report or asked for an exemption to the reporting requirements. (Click here to download the complete file)

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