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AO 2003-29

Fraternal Order of Police


Transfer of funds from a nonfederal PAC to a federal PAC of an incorporated membership organization.


Final opinion November 25, 2003
Date Name Document type
11/25/2003 AO 2003-29 Final Opinion
11/25/2003 Vote Votes
11/20/2003 Vote Votes
11/19/2003 Amendment to OGC Draft (OGC), Agenda Document 03-87-B Draft Documents
11/18/2003 Amendment to OGC Draft (Chair Weintraub), Agenda Document 03-87-A Draft Documents
11/13/2003 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 03-87 Draft Documents
03/11/2003 Request by National Fraternal Order of Police PAC AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor National Fraternal Order of Police Political Action Committee Separate segregated fund
Counsel/Representative Stoveken, Tara Individual
Counsel/Representative Granberg, Chris L. Individual
Counsel/Representative Vigue, Bridget Individual