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AO 1994-09

Armco Steel

Summary

Transfers from nonfederal PACs; effect of corporate reorganization on affiliation.

Documents

Final opinion June 06, 1994
Date Name Document type
06/06/1994 AO 1994-09 Final Opinion
06/02/1994 Vote Votes
06/01/1994 Draft AO (Commissioner Elliott), Agenda Document No. 94-50-A Draft Documents
05/16/1994 Comment on OGC Draft by AK Steel Corporation Comments and Ex parte Communications
05/12/1994 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 94-50 Draft Documents
05/03/1994 Supplemental Material from Armco Steel Company, L.P. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
04/28/1994 Supplemental Material from Armco Steel Company, L.P. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
03/18/1994 Request from Armco Steel Company, L.P. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Armco Steel Company, L.P. Partnership (including LLCs electing partnership status)
Counsel/Representative Frost & Jacobs Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Cowen, Grant S. Individual
Commenter Frost & Jacobs Law Firm
Commenter Cowen, Grant S. Individual
Commenter Armco Steel Company, L.P. Partnership (including LLCs electing partnership status)