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Comments received: Notice of public hearing on agency procedures and policies (2009)

The FEC held a broad ranging public hearing on January 14-15, 2009, where the Commission received comments on ways that it might improve its compliance and enforcement processes. The hearing announcement was published in the Federal Register on December 8, 2008. Comments received in response to the notice of public hearing appear on this page, along with comments received during the post-hearing extended comment period. Supplemental information, statistics and other materials referenced in the hearing announcement have been placed online on the public hearing page.

Comments responding to questions contained in the Notice of Hearing (in alphabetical order)

Comments addressing other issues

The Commission received a number of comments on issues other than those contained in the hearing notice. Those comments are available in an indexed PDF file [5.27 MB]. Additional comments received during the extended comment period are available in a separate indexed PDF file [3.75 MB]. (Note: you will need Adobe Reader 8 or Adobe Acrobat 8 (or a later version) to view the indexed files.)