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Grassroots lobbying bulletin raises questions on Lobbying Act capture of advertising, IT firm professionals

'The criminalization of tweeting' should not be taken lightly, says GRIC's Albinati, with GR community divided over impact and NationBuilder policy lead expressing concerns.

News | ALYSSA O'DELL
Published: Friday, 06/03/2016 1:58 pm EDT
Lobby Monitor photo by Shruti Shekar
Tweet trouble? A recent OCL bulletin reminds paid GR professionals tweeting about grassroots lobby efforts they are required to register. The OilRespect engagement campaign, backed by the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, is one example of a current grassroots initiative targeting MPs in Ottawa.

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