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Clean Elections official says Quelland broke campaign law; lawmaker could face ouster (access required)

***UPDATE*** The Clean Elections Commission has delayed a decision on whether Rep. Doug Quelland violated campaign finance laws. The next scheduled meeting of the commission is May 16, although commissioner Lori Daniels said she wanted to decide the matter more quickly. ***UPDATE*** The Clean Elections Commission has gone into executive session to discuss legal questions in the case against Rep. ...

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