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CA unveils AZ group’s financing, says it committed money laundering (access required)

California’s Fair Political Practices Commission disclosed the source of an $11 million contribution that an Arizona-based group injected into battles over two ballot measures, and declared that the organization was responsible for campaign money laundering.

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