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News, The Snitch Twitter, Facebook Face Political Regulation

Twitter, Facebook Face Political Regulation

Partisan political bloggers wouldn't have to disclose being compensated by political campaigns under proposed regulations"I Gavin Newsom; I Ndorsed this Tweet."The above message may be coming to your computer or phone before too long, if the state's top political watchdog…
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News, The Snitch Lt. Gov Candidate Hahn's 'Desperate Ploy' to Limit Newsom Fund-Raising Fails

Lt. Gov Candidate Hahn's 'Desperate Ploy' to Limit Newsom Fund-Raising Fails

Earlier this month, would be-lieutenant governor Janice Hahn filed a complaint with the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) alleging that Democratic opponent Gavin Newsom was violating campaign finance guidelines by having the option to go back to those who…
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Unspun

Where the Rubbers Meet the Road With all the artily and artfully posed body parts splashed around even mainstream print advertising and TV, it's easy to forget the suggestive power of a few carefully chosen words. Like the current campaign…
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Letters

Complaint Department I would like to clarify a few of the points in "City Slackers" (July 5). The DA's office has diligently pursued every ethics complaint brought through our doors. Specifically, Supervisor Terence Hallinan's complaint was rejected based upon the…
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Paper Trails

Dead Men Don't File After two years of strong denials, state Sen. Quentin Kopp has finally declared that, yes, he does control the San Francisco Taxpayers Association. The admission was whispered sotto voce to Sacramento officials, far offstage from Kopp's…
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