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AO 1976-30

Re: AOR by Pete Stark Re-election Committee

Summary

This response relates to a request for an advisory opinion, but is informational only and is not an advisory opinion because it is based in part on proposed regulations of the Commission which were submitted to Congress but not yet made effective. This response concerns the use of a corporate-owned theater for a fundraiser.

Documents

Final opinion July 29, 1976
Date Name Document type
07/29/1976 Re: AOR 1976-30 Final Opinion

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Pete Stark Re-Election Committee Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder