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November 1, 2014 4:53 PM

California lawmakers’ campaign credit-card spending often lacks disclosure, Sacramento Bee review finds

Lawmakers charged more than $4 million on campaign credit cards for fine eating, plane trips and other expenses reported to be reasonably related to a political, legislative or governmental purpose. Many of the expenses lacked any description despite a 2008 rule meant to improve disclosure.

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