MISSOURI CITIZENS FOR THE ARTS
Within the last 24 months*
MISSOURI CITIZENS FOR THE ARTS ranks 270th amongst lobbying organizations, having given 7 gifts to legislators and their staffs, valued at $560.
* The state releases data two months after lobbyists submit it, and our numbers reflect the last 24 months on record.
MISSOURI CITIZENS FOR THE ARTS gave 103 gifts to state legislators and their staffs, valued at $3,998.
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Top 10 legislators who have received the most from this organization
|2014-06-24June 24, 2014||Rep. Lincoln Hough||186.9$186.90||Reception in Springfield||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-05-14May 14, 2014||ENTIRE GENERAL ASSEMBLY*||165.0$165.00||Gate's BBQ at Capitol||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-04-30April 30, 2014||Sen. Gina Walsh||117.56$117.56||Dinner in Capitol||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-12-16December 16, 2014||ENTIRE MISSOURI HOUSE*||50.0$50.00||Freshmen Tour - St. Louis||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-02-12February 12, 2014||Sen. Paul LeVota||25.0$25.00||J.Pfenny's dinner||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2013-12-02December 2, 2013||Sen. David Pearce||11.5$11.50||Food||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-02-04February 4, 2014||Rep. Clem Smith||4.0$4.00||Madison's||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
* Lobbyists sometimes report that they purchased a gift for an entire committee or the full legislature. In these cases, it's not clear whether everyone in the group actually received a gift.