13 June 2010 ~ 4 Comments

Mormons Found Guilty on 13 Counts of Prop 8 Malfeasance

Dan Aiello

Dan Aiello Reports

On Wednesday, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints became the first religious organization to be fined for political malfeasance, according to Californians Against Hate (CAH), the non-profit organization that filed the complaint after voters narrowly approved the anti-marriage equality initiative, proposition 8, November, 2008.

Leaders of the Mormon Church “failed to timely report making late non-monetary contributions” to the Yes on Prop 8 campaign, an amount totaling $36,928, according to the June 10, 2010 finding by California’s Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), announced at the commission’s meeting Wednesday in Sacramento. The commission’s enforcement included levying a 15% punitive fine against the LDS organization, totaling $5,539 dollars. […]

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