A bill sponsored by Senate Pro Tem President Del Marsh of Anniston is on its way to quick approval in the state senate. It’s designed to tighten regulations on lawmakers becoming legislative lobbyists. Senator Marsh says the bill will top the senate’s work agenda tomorrow. Current state law prohibits former house representatives from lobbying the house for two years. It also prevents a senator from lobbying the senate chamber for two years after leaving office. The new bill would prohibit anyone who leaves the legislature from lobbying either chamber for at least two years.