Lobbyists’ Views on Term Limits
Public affairs specialists are in a unique position to assess the effect of term limits in their states. This article reports findings from a survey questionnaire sent to public affairs professionals in five states with term-limited legislatures. The results indicate that lobbyists believe that term limits have shifted power to the executive branch and to others outside the legislature. Moreover, these public affairs professionals believe that term limits have changed the nature of the lobbyists’ job.
Gary Moncrief and Joel A. Thompson. "Lobbyists’ Views on Term Limits" Spectrum: Journal of State Government 74.4 (2001): 13-15.
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