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Husk pleads guilty to misdemeanor, will receive probation (access required)

Lobbyist Gary Husk pleaded guilty Monday in Maricopa County Superior Court to taking part in a scheme to make illegal campaign contributions, but left the court feeling he had been absolved of any wrongdoing related to the Fiesta Bowl.

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