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AO 1999-12

Campaign for Working Families


Preemption of state disclosure requirements.


Final opinion June 25, 1999
Date Name Document type
06/25/1999 AO 1999-12 Final Opinion
06/24/1999 Vote Votes
06/10/1999 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 99-68 Draft Documents
05/17/1999 Comment on AOR by Pennsylvania Department of State Comments and Ex parte Communications
05/06/1999 Request by Campaign for Working Families AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Campaign for Working Families Nonconnected political committee
Counsel/Representative Covington & Burling LLP Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Burchfield, Bobby R. Individual
Counsel/Representative Levine, Jason A. Individual
Commenter Pennsylvania Department of State Governmental entity
Commenter Pandeladis, Leonidas Individual
Commenter Boyle, Louis L. Individual