You may have a point


Subject: You may have a point  
From: "John Sugg" <john.sugg@creativeloafing.com>  
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 12:39:43 -0400  
To: <wilson@citicom.com>  
CC: <plainjanee@aol.com>  

On the registration, the state got back and said they had erred, that there  
is an exemption if the fundraising is solely for a individual or family.  
However, since you have formed a fundraising entity, and the name of the  
entity does not specify that the money is solely for you, you could still be  
required to register.

If I use this material, which I haven't to date, I will note the exemption  
and your response.

The larger question that started this: Will you make a public accounting of  
your fundraising?

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