The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

October 30, 2012
Court says Arizona-based Prop. 32 donor must disclose funds

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for 100609 gavel.jpgA Sacramento Superior Court judge has issued a tentative ruling that would require an Arizona-based nonprofit disclose the source of $11 million it has injected into California politics, including efforts to support Proposition 32 and oppose Proposition 30.

Click here to read Kevin Yamamura's report.

Scroll down to Item 11 in the embedded document below to read the tentative ruling that will be up for debate at a hearing scheduled for Wednesday. Judges rarely change their tentative decisions.

121030 FPPC v. AMER

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