AGO

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AcronymDefinition
AGOArt Gallery of Ontario
AGOAttorney General's Office (State of Washington)
AGOAngola (ISO Country code)
AGOAmerican Guild of Organists
AGOAustralian Greenhouse Office
AGOAssembléia Geral Ordinária (Ordinary General Meeting; Brazil)
AGOAdjutant General's Office (USA)
AGOAttorney General Opinion
AGOAssicurazione Generale Obbligatoria (Italian: Mandatory General Insurance)
AGOAcquisition and Grants Office (US NOAA)
AGORichard Gilder Graduate School (American Museum of Natural History; New York)
AGOAustralian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation (Australia)
AGOAir Ground Operations
AGOAlpha Gamma Omega (Christian fraternity)
AGOAutomotive Gas Oil
AGOAgenzia Giornalistica Online (Italian: Journalistic Agency Online)
AGOAims, Goals, Objectives (education)
AGOArmygeddon (gaming clan)
AGOAccumulated Generating Operation
AGOArresting Gear Officer (US Navy)
AGOAutomated Geophysical Observatory
AGOArbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Onkologie eV (Munich, Germany)
AGOAdministrative Grant Officer
AGOArresting Gear Operator
AGOAmerican Gastroenterological Organization
AGOSantiago, Chile STDN Station
AGOAudit et Gestion Opérationnels (French: Audit and Operational Management; University of Lyon)
AGOAlpine Grand Ouest (French automobile association)
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Second, presidents, particularly in signing statements and indirectly through Attorney General Opinions, address the constitutionality of particular courses of action.
PURPOSE AND ROLE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OPINION WRITING AND THE RISE OF THE OLC
Citations to State law and an attorney general opinion were given as the legal basis for this policy.
It is the policy of this office to refrain from issuing an attorney general opinion on an issue that we know to be the subject of pending litigation," wrote Nancy Fuller, chairwoman of the AG's opinion committee.
I respectfully request an Attorney General opinion stating whether the restrictions imposed .
The opinion cites several Attorney General opinions, including one in 1977 that "recognized state agencies were permitted to pay certain member dues if the requirements in section 216.
CSA notes that the Legislative Counsel, Attorney General opinions, and prior court opinions came to a different conclusion.
Attorney general opinions are legally binding on state agencies and officers unless reversed by the courts.
Appendices include a list of California court decisions and Attorney General Opinions relating to libraries, and a table of statutes.
Annotations follow each opinion and contain summaries of all reported court decisions, selected state attorney general opinions, and selected journal articles.
20) Formal consideration of the issue has occurred primarily in the context of Attorney General opinions, with periodic attention from the courts and Congress.
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