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AO 2017-05

Great America PAC and Committee to Defend the President

Summary

Application of disclaimer requirements to communications by non-connected political committees that maintain accounts on Twitter.

Documents

Final opinion September 20, 2017
Date Name Document type
09/20/2017 AO 2017-05 Final Opinion
09/20/2017 Vote Votes
09/18/2017 Draft AO, Draft C Draft Documents
09/14/2017 Extension of Time from Great America PAC and Committee to Defend the President AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
09/14/2017 Vote Votes
09/14/2017 Vote Votes
07/31/2017 Extension of Time from Great America PAC and Committee to Defend the President AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
07/24/2017 Comment on AOR by Great America PAC and Committee to Defend the President Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/12/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-30-B Draft Documents
07/10/2017 Comment on Agenda Document No. 17-30-A by Joseph G. Donahue Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/06/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-30-A Draft Documents
06/12/2017 Request by Great America PAC (GAP) and The Committee to Defend the President (CDP) AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Committee to Defend the President Nonconnected political committee