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(a) Each representative, senator, constitutional officer, judge, and head of a state department or agency shall sign the person's monthly long-distance telephone bills paid by the state as evidence of the person's approval of each bill. This signature requirement does not apply to a month in which the person's long-distance phone bill paid by the state is less than $5.
(b) Even if the monthly long-distance phone bill paid by the state for a person subject to this section is less than $5, the person is responsible for paying that portion of the bill that does not relate to state business. As provided in section 10.46, long-distance telephone bills paid by the state are public data, regardless of the amount of the bills.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Minnesota Statutes Government Miscellany (Ch. 10-12B) § 10.43. Telephone use; approval - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mn/government-miscellany-ch-10-12b/mn-st-sect-10-43/
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