California's political watchdog agency has a permanent chief of enforcement. Amanda Saxton was named as chief enforcer for the state's Fair Political Practices Commission on Monday.
Saxton has been with the FFPC since 2005 and has been serving as the interim chief of enforcement. She previously worked at the state Legislative Counsel.
"Amanda's thorough knowledge of the Political Reform Act and strong work ethic will help bring timely resolution to enforcement actions," said FPPC Chairman Ross Johnson in a statement. "Amanda is a dedicated and highly respected attorney. We're delighted to have her aboard!"
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