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19a.05.02.00.htm 19A.05.02.00. Title 19A STATE ETHICS COMMISSION Subtitle 05 BOARD OF EDUCATION ETHICS REGULATIONS Chapter 02 Review Criteria Authority: General Provisions Article, §5-205 and 5-206 and Title 5, Subtitle 8, Annotated Code of Maryland
19a.05.02.01.htm 19A.05.02.01. 01 Scope.. A. The provisions of this chapter reflect the minimum elements that shall be addressed by board of education regulations in order for the Commission to view the regulations as:1) Similar or substantially similar to the Public Ethics Law; and. 2) For members of the school board and candidates to be members of the school board, at least equivalent to the requirements of General Provisions Article, Title 5, Subtitles 5 and 6, Annotated Code oB. A board of education m
19a.05.02.02.htm 19A.05.02.02. 02 Coverage.. A. To be viewed as similar to the Public Ethics Law, all members of the school board, school officials, and school employees shall be subject to the board of education’s ethics regulations.B. Conflicts of Interest.. 1) A board of education’s ethics regulations shall include conflict of interest provisions for members of the school board and candidates to be members of the school board equivalent to or exceeding the requirements of the Public Ethics Law, General
19a.05.02.03.htm 19A.05.02.03. 03 Administration and Enforcement.. A board of education’s ethics regulations shall:. A. Identify or establish an entity responsible for implementing the regulations;. B. Within the board of education’s administrative authority, provide a mechanism to issue advisory opinions as to the applicability of the regulations to members of the school board, school officials, school employees, and other persons subject to the provisions of the regulations;C. Establish a mechanism
19a.05.02.04.htm 19A.05.02.04. 04 Conflicts of Interest.. A. To be equivalent to the requirements of and similar to the Public Ethics Law, a board of education’s ethics regulations shall address conflict of interest restrictions as described in this regulation.B. Disqualification.. 1) The regulations shall include, for members of the school board, the disqualification and participation restrictions included in General Provisions Article, §5-501, Annotated Code of Maryland.2) The local law shall in
19a.05.02.05.htm 19A.05.02.05. 05 Financial Disclosure.. A. Members of the School Board.. 1) For members of the school board, the regulations shall include financial disclosure requirements that are at least equivalent to the requirements of General Provisions Article, Title 5, Subtitle 6, Annotated Code of Maryland.2) The regulations shall require:. a) A member of the school board who is appointed to fill a vacancy in an office and who has not already filed a statement for the preceding calendar y
19a.05.02.06.htm 19A.05.02.06. 06 Lobbying.. A. Lobbying Registration.. 1) To be substantially similar to the Public Ethics Law, the regulations shall require, at a minimum, that a person register as a lobbyist with the entity responsible for implementing the regulations on the form provided by the entity if the person provides members of the school board, school officials, or school employees with food, entertainment, or other gifts exceeding an amount specified in the regulations during a p
19a.05.02.9999.htm 19A.05.02. Administrative History Effective date: October 24, 1983 (10:21 Md. R. 1903). Regulation .02A amended effective April 13, 1992 (19:7 Md. R. 746). Regulation .04C amended effective April 13, 1992 (19:7 Md. R. 746). Regulations .01―06 repealed and new Regulations .01―06 adopted effective April 18, 2011 (38:8 Md. R. 509)Regulation .04H amended effective July 17, 2017 (44:14 Md. R. 656). Regulation .04I repealed effective January 16, 2017 (44:1 Md. R. 12).
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