Member Swearing-in and Inauguration Day Receptions, and Attendance at Inaugural-Related Events

The House Committee of Standards of Official Conduct released on November 20, 2008, a “Memorandum for All Members, Members-Elect, Officers and Employees” regarding “Member Swearing-in and Inauguration Day Receptions, and Attendance at Inaugural-Related Events.” (2-page pdf)
Members can use campaign funds, so long as the events are not “campaign or political in nature.”
The same day, the Committee released a “Memorandum for Departing Members” titled “Ethics Laws and Rules for Departing Members and Staff.” (3-page pdf)
This memo helpfully reminds that House Rule 24 “generally precludes departing Members from participating in a CODEL for the reminder of their term….”



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