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AO 1992-06



Honorarium paid to candidate for speech at university.


Final opinion February 14, 1992
Date Name Document type
03/18/1992 Concurring Opinion (Commissioner Potter) Commissioner Statements
03/16/1992 Concurring Opinion (Commissioner Aikens) Commissioner Statements
02/14/1992 AO 1992-06 Final Opinion
02/13/1992 Vote Votes
01/22/1992 Request by State Representative David Duke AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Duke, David Individual
Counsel/Representative New York Speakers Bureau Membership Organization, Cooperative, Corporation W/O Capital Stock
Counsel/Representative Simmons, Garrett Individual