The California Fair Political Practices Commission has announced an investigation into former CalPERS Chief Investment Office Yu Ben Meng.
A new assembly bill aims to give the FPPC enforcement authority over local agencies and public officials. Will this change the way ballot measure campaigns are conducted?
Former City Councilman Keith Curry notes that Duffield and Peotter both voted to ban a medical marijuana cultivation, distribution, and processing facility in Newport Beach three years ago. “Now we find out that not only are they in business together, they’re in a pot business together.”
Inglewood Mayor Under Investigation by FPPC
Brittany M. Thu, 08/30/2018 - 02:49
Another day, another set of questions for Mayor James T. Butts.
La Quinta City Manager Frank Spevacek’s role in the 2012 hiring of a consulting firm that employed his son-in-law did not constitute a conflict of interest, the Fair Political Practices Commission has ruled.
He's about to be fined $60,000.
The turnover continues at the Fair Political Practices Commission.