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AO 2014-20

Make Your Laws PAC

Summary

Volunteer activity by foreign nationals

Documents

Final opinion March 19, 2015
Date Name Document type
03/19/2015 2014-20 Final Opinion
03/19/2015 Vote Votes
03/18/2015 Draft AO (Revised Draft C), Agenda Document No. 15-10-C-2 Draft Documents
03/10/2015 Comment on Agenda Document No. 10-15-C by Make Your Laws PAC Comments and Ex parte Communications
03/10/2015 Draft AO (Draft C), Agenda Document No. 15-10-C Draft Documents
03/04/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-10-A, 15-10-B and 15-10-B-2 by Make Your Laws PAC Comments and Ex parte Communications
03/02/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-10-A, 15-10-B and 15-10-B-2 by Make Your Laws PAC Comments and Ex parte Communications
03/02/2015 Draft AO (Revised Draft B), Agenda Document No. 15-10-B-2 Draft Documents
02/14/2015 Extension of Time AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
02/11/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-10-A and 15-10-B by Make Your Laws PAC Comments and Ex parte Communications
02/10/2015 Draft AO (Draft A), Agenda Document No. 15-10-A Draft Documents
02/10/2015 Draft AO (Draft B), Agenda Document No. 15-10-B Draft Documents
01/08/2015 Extension of Time AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
11/24/2014 Request by Make Your Laws PAC AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Make Your Laws PAC Nonconnected political committee
Requestor Sai, Individual