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AO 2012-28

CTIA - The Wireless Association

Summary

Use of cellular phone text messaging for contributions to political committees.

Documents

Final opinion August 14, 2012
Date Name Document type
08/14/2012 2012-28 Final Opinion
08/14/2012 Vote Votes
08/13/2012 Comment on Draft AO by CTIA - The Wireless Association Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/13/2012 Comment on Draft AO by Revolution Messaging Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/10/2012 Draft AO Draft Documents
08/01/2012 Comment on AOR by Revolution Messaging, LLC Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/31/2012 Comment on AOR by Craig Engle, Esq., and Brett Kappel, Esq. Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/27/2012 Request by CTIA - The Wireless Association AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor CTIA - The Wireless Association Trade Association
Counsel/Representative Burns, Caleb P. Individual
Commenter Engle, Craig Individual
Commenter Kappel, Brett G. Individual
Commenter Arent Fox PLLC Law Firm
Commenter Revolution Messaging, LLC Partnership (including LLCs electing partnership status)
Commenter Sandler, Joseph E. Individual
Commenter Howard, Elizabeth Individual
Commenter Sandler, Reiff, Young & Lamb, P.C. Law Firm