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AO 1995-16

U.S. Taxpayers Party

Summary

Attaining national party status.

Documents

Final opinion July 14, 1995
Date Name Document type
07/14/1995 AO 1995-16 Final Opinion
07/14/1995 Concurring Opinion (Commissioner Joan D. Aikens) Commissioner Statements
07/13/1995 Vote Votes
06/15/1995 Supplemental Material from U.S. Taxpayers Party AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
05/09/1995 Request by U.S. Taxpayers Party AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
Not dated Draft AO for Comment prior to Commission vote Draft Documents

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor U.S. Taxpayers Party Party committee, national
Counsel/Representative Webster, Chamberlain & Bean Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Goch, David P. Individual