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AO 1994-37



Superseded in part by advisory opinion 2002-05. Allocating between federal and nonfederal campaigns.


Final opinion January 13, 1995
Date Name Document type
01/13/1995 AO 1994-37 Final Opinion
01/12/1995 Vote Votes
01/11/1995 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 95-9-A Draft Documents
01/05/1995 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 95-9 Draft Documents
11/17/1994 Request by Representative Charles E. Schumer AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Schumer, Charles E. Individual
Counsel/Representative Duker & Barrett Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Barrett, David A. Individual