State board alleges tribe failed to report
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A California state commission wants permission to add new charges to its suit against the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.

The Fair Political Practices Commission alleges the tribe failed to report a recent $125,000 campaign contribution. The board included a copy of the check, complete with bank number and account of the tribe, with its amended complaint.

The suit already claims the tribe was slow to report more than $7 million. The tribe believes it is protected by its sovereignty.

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FPPC amends tribal suit to include Prop. 51 reporting violations (FPCC 10/29)
State panel adds to suit against Agua Calientes (The Palm Springs Desert Sun 10/30)
Election watchdog adds new allegation against Agua Caliente tribe (AP 10/29)

Relevant Documents:
Fair Political Practices Commission v. Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians (9/26)

Relevant Links:
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians -
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