Newly elected CalPERS Board of Administration member Margaret Brown was censured in March 2018 because she allegedly allowed a friend to use CalPERS equipment in a restricted area of the pension fund's headquarters. The friend scanned and e-mailed what appeared to be political fundraising documents.
Newly elected CalPERS Board of Administration member Margaret Brown was censured in March 2018 because she allegedly allowed a friend to use CalPERS equipment in a restricted area of the pension fund's headquarters. The friend scanned and e-mailed what appeared to be political fundraising documents. RenŽe C. Byer The Sacramento Bee
Newly elected CalPERS Board of Administration member Margaret Brown was censured in March 2018 because she allegedly allowed a friend to use CalPERS equipment in a restricted area of the pension fund's headquarters. The friend scanned and e-mailed what appeared to be political fundraising documents. RenŽe C. Byer The Sacramento Bee

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