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AO 1990-23



Reapportionment account established by principal campaign committee.


Final opinion November 05, 1990
Date Name Document type
11/05/1990 AO 1990-23 Final Opinion
11/01/1990 Vote Votes
09/25/1990 Request by Representative Martin Frost AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Frost, Martin Individual
Counsel/Representative Sonosky, Chambers & Sachse Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Simon, Donald J. Individual