No one engaged in lobbying shall:
Attempt to influence any legislator or elected or appointed state official or state employee or legislative employee by means of deceit or by threat of violence or economic or political reprisal against any person or property, with intent thereby to alter or affect a decision, vote, opinion, or action concerning any matter which is to be considered or performed by him or the agency or body of which he is a member;
Knowingly provide false information to any legislator or elected or appointed state official or state employee or legislative employee as to any material fact pertaining to any legislation;
Knowingly omit, conceal, or falsify in any manner information required by the registration and lobbyist disclosure reports;
Become an active participant in the internal organization or leadership races of the General Assembly;
Cause or influence the introduction of any bill or amendment for the purpose of afterwards being employed to secure its passage or defeat;
File against another lobbyist a complaint subsequently found by the Executive Committee to be frivolous;
Misappropriate or misuse state office supplies;
Use state reproduction machines without paying for such use;
Enter or use a legislator's or elected or appointed state official's or state employee's or legislative employee's office, phone, or parking space without explicit permission;
Attempt to remove any document from any legislative office, desk, file cabinet, reproduction machine, or any other place without explicit permission.
In addition, no one may engage in harassing behavior towards members, legislative employees, of the General Assembly, or third parties or behavior violative of the workplace harassment policy under Joint Rule No. 38.