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AO 1993-08

Duncan, Jr.

Summary

Preemption of state law prohibiting contributions by incorporated committees.

Documents

Final opinion July 22, 1993
Date Name Document type
07/22/1993 AO 1993-08 Final Opinion
07/22/1993 Vote Votes
07/12/1993 Comment by Tennessee Office of the Attorney General Comments and Ex parte Communications
06/18/1993 Supplemental Material from Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
06/16/1993 Comment on AOR by Tennessee Registry of Election Finance Comments and Ex parte Communications
06/11/1993 Supplemental Material from Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
06/03/1993 Request by Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Duncan, Jr., John J. Individual
Counsel/Representative London & Amburn, P.C. Law Firm
Counsel/Representative London, James H. Individual
Commenter Tennessee Registry of Election Finance Governmental entity
Commenter Tennessee Office of the Attorney General Governmental entity
Commenter Catalano, Michael W. Individual
Commenter Catalano, Peggy Nance Individual