Politics & Government

August 2, 2014 7:50 PM

California Democrats accepting more campaign cash from tobacco industry

Democrats in the California Capitol have become increasingly willing in recent years to take money from cigarette companies, a source of campaign funding that was once so controversial it remains shunned by their state party organization.

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