FECA

AcronymDefinition
FECAFederal Employees Compensation Act
FECAFederal Election Campaign Act (USA)
FECAFoundation for Educating Children with Autism (Mount Kisco, NY)
FECAFamily Entertainment and Copyright Act of 2005
FECAFabrication d'Equipements Collectifs Algérienne (French: Equipment Manufacturers Collective Algeria)
FECAFlower Export Council of Australia
FECAFlorida Electric Cooperatives Association, Inc.
FECAFederation of Ethio-Canadian Associations (Canada)
FECAFriendship-Edison Collegiate Academy (Washington, DC)
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NAN reports that the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP), FECA chapter, had, on Monday, declared an indefinite strike over alleged unjust removal of the institution's provost, Dr Emmanuel Moyinjesu.
(18) The Court declared that FECA's disclosure requirement was not per se unconstitutional because compulsory disclosure was required only if the communications "expressly advocate[d] the election or defeat of a clearly identified candidate." (19) Most notably, the Buckley Court articulated that disclosure requirements "appear to be the least restrictive means of curbing the evils of campaign ignorance and corruption." (20)
scandal, (21) Congress substantially expanded FECA restrictions.
the FECA constitutional in limiting individual contributions, surviving
The DOL has proposed that the treating physician(s) of injured federal workers covered under FECA submit form CA-26, "Authorization Request Form and Certification / Letter of Medical Necessity for Compounded Drugs." The forms will require that treating physicians certify that compounded drugs are medically necessary to treat the work-related injury or illness for which they are prescribed.
The Court needed to put forth clear reasoning in order to justify why it was gutting half of FECA's amendments.
Part I of this Note provides a timeline of campaign finance law, beginning with the creation of the FECA and the regulations that were added to the FECA.
Congress next attempted to overhaul campaign finance with the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 (FECA).
Si bien el numero de fecas recolectadas por ano aumento, tambien se incremento el numero promedio de items-presa encontrados por feca en 2004 (Tabla 1).
Contents Introduction Development of Modern Campaign Finance Law Policy Background The Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (BCRA) and Beyond What Has Changed Most Recently and What Has Not?