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AO 2011-13



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Final opinion July 21, 2011
Date Name Document type
07/21/2011 2011-13 Final Opinion
07/21/2011 Vote Votes
07/19/2011 Notice of Intent to Appear AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
07/14/2011 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 11-43 Draft Documents
06/28/2011 Comment on AOR by the Republican National Committee Comments and Ex parte Communications
05/27/2011 Request by Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Party committee, national
Counsel/Representative Berkon, Jonathan S. Individual
Commenter Republican National Committee Party committee, national
Commenter Phillippe, John R. Individual