A whistleblower called attention to an illegal raffle at a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation office that raised $571 for a charity. State law generally prohibits raffles.
A whistleblower called attention to an illegal raffle at a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation office that raised $571 for a charity. State law generally prohibits raffles. Photos courtesy of California Bureau of State Audits
A whistleblower called attention to an illegal raffle at a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation office that raised $571 for a charity. State law generally prohibits raffles. Photos courtesy of California Bureau of State Audits

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