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FEC v. Kopko


On June 8, 1992, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania declared that Edward E. Kopko violated 2 U.S.C. §441f by making contributions in the names of others. In its complaint, the FEC had alleged that defendant Kopko had reimbursed twelve of his relatives and friends for their $250 checks to Alexander Haig's 1988 Presidential campaign. The court ordered Mr. Kopko to pay a $1,500 civil penalty and permanently enjoined him from violating §441f. Both the FEC and the defendant agreed to the entry of the order. (Civil Action No. 91-CV-7764.)

Source:   FEC Record August 1992