Prop 32 Supporters Accused Of Cloaking Ad-Payment Data

Law360, San Diego (October 10, 2012, 5:59 PM EDT) -- An opponent of California Proposition 32, which would limit union spending on political candidates and campaigns, on Monday lodged a complaint with a state political watchdog, claiming proponents of the measure failed to disclose sufficient information related to $8 million in advertising payments.

Lou Paulson, president of the California Professional Firefighters and chair of the No on 32 Committee, urged the Fair Political Practices Commission to look into the California Future Fund for Free Markets and the Small Business Action Committee PAC, claiming the Prop 32...
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