Sen. Tony Mendoza, seen here as an assemblyman in 2010, could face a $57,000 fine after the Fair Political Practices Commission accused the Democrat of breaking California’s campaign finance laws in 2012.
Sen. Tony Mendoza, seen here as an assemblyman in 2010, could face a $57,000 fine after the Fair Political Practices Commission accused the Democrat of breaking California’s campaign finance laws in 2012. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Sen. Tony Mendoza, seen here as an assemblyman in 2010, could face a $57,000 fine after the Fair Political Practices Commission accused the Democrat of breaking California’s campaign finance laws in 2012. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
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California ethics watchdog proposes $57,000 fine against Sen. Tony Mendoza

November 04, 2016 1:21 PM

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