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AO 2017-07

Sergeant at Arms

Summary

Use of campaign funds for residential security upgrades.

Documents

Final opinion July 13, 2017
Date Name Document type
07/13/2017 AO 2017-07 Final Opinion
07/13/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-32-D Draft Documents
07/13/2017 Vote Votes
07/13/2017 Vote Votes
07/12/2017 Comment AOR by Rep. Gregg Harper, Chairman, Committee on House Administration Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/12/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-32-C Draft Documents
07/11/2017 Comment on Agenda Document No. 17-32-A by The Campaign Legal Center Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/10/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-32-B Draft Documents
07/06/2017 Comment on AOR by The Campaign Legal Center Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/06/2017 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 17-32-A Draft Documents
06/29/2017 Supplemental Material from Sergeant at Arms AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
06/21/2017 Request by Sergeant at Arms AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Irving, Paul Individual