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AO 2012-03



Collecting earmarked contributions and forwarding them to committees that either make only independent expenditures or that accept the funds into a separate non-contribution account.


Final opinion March 01, 2012
Date Name Document type
03/01/2012 2012-03 Final Opinion
03/01/2012 Vote Votes
02/24/2012 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 12-16 Draft Documents
01/18/2012 Request by ActRight AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor ActRight Nonconnected political committee
Counsel/Representative Bostrom, Barry Individual