[Coral-List] Direct and Indirect Lobbying Defined

Jim Hendee Jim.Hendee at noaa.gov
Sat Apr 16 09:57:52 EDT 2005

As a reminder to Coral-List subscribers, please review the following 
notice, shown on the Coral-List general information page at 

*Lobbying Prohibited* - Internet services (such as e-mail list 
subscription services) of Department of Commerce organizations shall not 
be used for direct or indirect lobbying or posting of links to Web pages 
that engage in such activities. Direct lobbying is defined as 
encouraging members of the public to contact Congress to support or 
oppose any pending legislation. Indirect lobbying would be posting links 
to any Web page that engages in lobbying or encourages such activity, or 
that engages in lobbying or posting links directly to any page that does.

Any postings made to the coral-list list server are not the views of the 
Federal Government, inclusive of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce/OAR/NOAA/AOML.

For further information concerning official U.S. Dept. of Commerce 
policies please refer to the following links:


Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

    Sincerely yours,

    Jim Hendee, Erik Stabenau and Louis Florit
    Coral-List Co-Administrators

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