Arizona Group Reveals Source For $11 Million Political Contribution In California - 2012-11-05

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F0.png Arizona Group Reveals Source For $11 Million Political Contribution In California November 5, 2012, KUNC

This morning a shadowy Arizona group decided to disclose where $11 million in political contributions came from. The money was used to fight for an anti-union ballot measure and against a proposition from Gov. Jerry Brown to raise sales and income taxes.

California's Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) says the $11 million is the largest contribution "ever disclosed as campaign money laundering in California history." FPPC says it may be the largest anonymous donation in state history.

The accusation of "money laundering" comes because the group, Americans for Responsible Leadership, funneled money from non-profit to non-profit. The Los Angeles Times reports:

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