The campaign to pass Proposition 52 has advertised heavily for months. Reports filed with the state this week show at least $46 million in direct and indirect payments for media advertising.
The campaign to pass Proposition 52 has advertised heavily for months. Reports filed with the state this week show at least $46 million in direct and indirect payments for media advertising.
The campaign to pass Proposition 52 has advertised heavily for months. Reports filed with the state this week show at least $46 million in direct and indirect payments for media advertising.
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Who’s making all the money from 17 California ballot measures?

October 28, 2016 4:51 PM

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