Type Advisory Opinion 
Date 5/8/1998 
Number 98-04 
Topic Honoraria 
Respondent  
Issue/Question
Are there any circumstances where a legislative issue may be sufficiently outside the official role of a legislator so that the legislator could receive an honorarium for delivering a speech on the issue?
Summary
Speaking on any legislative mater is closely related to the role of being a legislator and would always invoke the statutory prohibition.  RCW 42.52.110.
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