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Lawyer says Cortes OK in campaign filings; SOS says law broken (access required)

Republican Olivia Cortes, who could face a civil fine for failing to report contributions to her campaign, insists that the paid effort to gather signatures on her behalf was uncoordinated with her campaign.

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