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AO 2012-31

AT&T Inc.

Summary

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

Documents

Final opinion September 20, 2012
Date Name Document type
09/20/2012 AO 2012-31 Final Opinion
09/20/2012 Vote Votes
09/18/2012 Comment on Draft AO 2012-31 by payvia political, inc. Comments and Ex parte Communications
09/13/2012 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 12-66 Draft Documents
09/10/2012 Comment on AOR by Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless Comments and Ex parte Communications
09/10/2012 Comment on AOR by Public Campaign and Public Citizen Comments and Ex parte Communications
09/07/2012 Comment on AOR by ArmourMedia, Inc. Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/30/2012 Request by AT&T, Inc. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor AT&T, Inc. Corporation (including LLCs electing corporate status)
Counsel/Representative Watts, Wayne Individual
Commenter Scherb, Aaron Individual
Commenter Holman, Craig Individual
Commenter Public Campaign Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter Public Citizen, Inc. Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter ArmourMedia, Inc. Corporation (including LLCs electing corporate status)
Commenter Armour, Mark Individual