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Lobbyable Public Officials
Lobbyable Public Officials are defined in the Michigan Lobby Registration Act and are essentially persons who may use personal discretion in deciding whether or not to engage in some type of legislative or administrative action. In the Department of Attorney General, this includes the Attorney General and the Chief Deputy.
- Dana Nessel, Attorney General
- Fadwa Hammoud, Chief Deputy
For additional information, visit the Secretary of State's webpage on Michigan's Lobbyable Public Officials.