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FEC v. Richards for President (89-0254)


On June 29, 1989, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted the FEC's motion for summary judgment in FEC v. Bob Richards for President Committee, Waco, Texas (Civil Action No. 89-0254). The court ordered the defendants to comply fully with the terms of a conciliation agreement entered into with the Commission a year before. Under that agreement, the defendant had admitted to several violations of the Federal Election Campaign Act and had agreed to pay a civil penalty of $12,000 and to file various reports and statements required under the election law.

Source:   FEC RecordSeptember 1989. FEC v. Bob Richards for President Committee, Waco, Texas, No. 89-0245 (D.D.C. June 29, 1989) (memorandum opinion).