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How much time is a political action committee allowed after its formation before it must be registered? A. one year B. six months C. ten days D. twenty days
A political action committee is allowed TEN DAYS after its formation before it must be registered.
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User: How much time is a political action committee allowed after its formation before it must be registered? A. one year B. six months C. ten days D. twenty days

Weegy: Six months is allowed after a political action committee must be registered.
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A political action committee is allowed TEN DAYS after its formation before it must be registered.
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