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Date

Total:
Destination

7/22/2012 Anaheim

6/18/2012 Anchorage

3/5/2012 Washington DC

11/26/2011 San Antonio

9/6/2011 San Fran/Half Moon Bay


7/9/2011 Kona Hawaii

8/14/2014 Anchorage

2/22/2014 Washington DC

12/2/2013 New Orleans

7/21/2013 Colorado Springs

7/19/2014 Park City, UT

6/15/2015 San Diego, CA

12/1/2014 Ft. Lauderdale

23,143.61
Amount

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

584.20
1,212.12
42.60
75.00
625.00
801.92
86.80
16.60
781.50
495.00
483.20
2,025.50
558.80
445.59
132.00
90.00
180.00
226.00
35.00
500.00
1,340.00
600.00
100.00
100.00
1,013.34
35.50
534.00
578.91
633.60
92.30
60.00
1,325.64
548.60
188.20
52.80
72.00
857.00

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

708.08
650.00
1,123.12
115.68
962.20
350.00
828.00
773.70
71.00

33.11

Item
Flights
Hotel (Disney's Grand Californian)
Meals
Misc.
Registration
Hotel (Hilton)
Parking
Meals
Flights
Registration
Flights
Hotel (The Fairmont)
Flights (for Wayne and staffer)
Hotel (Grand Hyatt)
Meals
Misc.
Parking/Meals
Rental Car
Parking
Registration
Hotel (Fairmont Orchid)
Registration
Hotel
Flights
Meals
Misc.
Hotel (Ritz Carlton)
Meals
Registration
Flights
Hotel (Ritz Carlton)
Flights
Meals
Misc.
Hotel (The Broadmoor)
Flights
Rental Car
Meals
Misc.
Flights
Hotel (Canyons Resort)
Registration
Hotel (Hilton)
Misc.
Flights
Registration
Hotel
Flights
Meals

Misc.

Event
CWAG

National Association of Attorneys General


*Note-CWAG hosted a breakfast and elected its officers on June 20th at the event;

NAAG Spring Meeting


*Note- Conference ran from March 5-7, 2012; flight arrived in DC on March 3rd; the Republican Attorneys General Associationhttp://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/files/upload/2011-2012%20AG%20Calendar%20of%20Events_revised.pdf
NAAG Winter Meeting
Note: CWAG hosted a Winter Dinner event at The Westin Riverwalk on November 29th.
http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/files/upload/2011-2012%20AG%20Calendar%20of%20Events_revised.pdf
Future of Corporate Reform Public Funds (Other expenses paid for by Governance Metrics International)
CWAG Meeting

CSG Annual Conference

NAAG Meeting
*Note- Conference ran from February 24-26, 2012; Stenehjem's flight arrived in DC on February 22rd; the Republican Attorneys
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/28/us/1-RAGA-as-a-Money-Machine.html

NAAG Meeting
Note: CWAG hosted a Dinner with the Attorneys General event on December 3rd in New Orleans as a fundraiser for their endo
http://cwagweb.org/pdfs/2013/events/CWAG_2013_winterDinner.pdf
CWAG Annual Meeting

CWAG Meeting
Note: At this event, Stenehjem appears to have co-hosted a fundraiser Cynthia Coffman, the Republican nominee for Colorado
Note: Funded by a long list of corporate sponsors, the meeting's social agenda included "Supervised Fitness Training", a dinner
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/28/us/politics/10-CWAG-Another-Key-Vehicle-for-Corporate-Lobbying.html
NAAG Summer Meeting
Note- event included a "SAGE Reception" (restricted to Ags, Chief Deputies, and SAGE only); SAGE stands for Society of Attor
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/29/us/lobbyists-bearing-gifts-pursue-attorneys-general.html
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/28/us/5-Rhode-Island-Attorney-General-Turned-Attorney-General-Lobbyist.html?ve
NAAG Fall Meeting
*Note- The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) hosted an invitation-only "Dinner with Attorneys General" event
https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/1339580/10-cwag.txt

eys General Association- a fundraising arm linked to the RSLC- held its Winter Meeting from March 4-5, 2012 in DC

the Republican Attorneys General Association- a fundraising arm linked to the RSLC- hosted their winter meeting on February 23-24 at the

fundraiser for their endowment (used to fund the organization's operations); sponsors were given greater access to the Ags depending on

an nominee for Colorado AG. The event appears to have occurred at the resort on Sunday, July 20th from 5:00 PM -- 6:00 PM
Fitness Training", a dinner where participants could observe an aerial ski show and meet former Olympic athletes, 21+ hospitality suites, trap
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stands for Society of Attorneys General Emeritus. From a 2014 article in the NYT: "It's a self-perpetuating network that includes a group of fo

General-Lobbyist.html?version=meter+at+2&module=meter-Links&pgtype=article&contentId=&mediaId=&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.g

Attorneys General" event in Fort Lauderdale on December 2nd, 2014 with "Attorneys General, corporate, and private sector supporters" to ra

n February 23-24 at the Capitol Hill Club & Park Hyatt in DC, in conjunction with the NAAG.

o the Ags depending on their level of financial support, with $50,000+ donors receiving an additional private dinner with CWAG Attorneys Ge

1+ hospitality suites, trap shooting, and hummer tours. The event concluded with participants taking a gondola to the top of Red Pine Moun

hat includes a group of former attorneys general called SAGE. . . most of whom are now on retainer to corporate clients" and "They have go

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e sector supporters" to raise funds for the CWAG endowment. Additionally, CWAG secured a block of hotel rooms at The Ritz-Carlton offere

with CWAG Attorneys Genera.

he top of Red Pine Mountain for a BBQ dinner.

ents" and "They have good company in the SAGE club: More than a dozen of the members are now lawyers and lobbyists for corporations,

at The Ritz-Carlton offered to dinner attendees, including discounted suites

bbyists for corporations, or work at plaintiff's law firms that are seeking to secure commission-based contracts and then sue corporation's o

then sue corporation's on a state's behalf." From one of their brochures: "SAGE was not formed for a public purpose. Its core purpose is to

e. Its core purpose is to serve its members, former attorneys general, not the general public."