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AO 1999-01

Greene

Summary

Superseded by the 2002 Disclaimer, Solicitation and Personal Use Regulations, 67 FR 76962, 76972 (December 13, 2002). Use of campaign funds to pay salary to candidate.

Documents

Final opinion February 25, 1999
Date Name Document type
04/29/1999 Vote Votes
04/22/1999 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 99-53 Draft Documents
03/08/1999 Request for Reconsideration by Mark Greene AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
02/25/1999 AO 1999-01 Final Opinion
02/25/1999 Vote Votes
02/22/1999 Comment on OGC Draft by Clifford E. Greene Comments and Ex parte Communications
02/22/1999 Comment on OGC Draft by Mark Greene Comments and Ex parte Communications
02/18/1999 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 99-23 Draft Documents
01/19/1999 Request by Mark Greene AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Greene, Mark Individual
Commenter Greene, Clifford Individual
Commenter Greene, Mark Individual