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Fair Political Practices Commission


Professor Rotunda Quoted in L.A. Times

February 14, 2012 by | Faculty

The Los Angeles Times published an article entitled,”California’s political watchdog panel eases its approach to ethics issues.”  The article questions the decision of the Fair Political Practices Commission, which was created to enforce laws on election campaigns and lobbying,  to eased restrictions on gifts from lobbyists to lawmakers, scale back its open meetings, and stop

Professor Rotunda Quoted in OC Register

November 29, 2011 by | Faculty

According to the Orange County Register, Professor Rotunda, as a member of the Fair Political Practices Commission, and his colleagues will soon decide whether or not to allow the alleged victims of Kinde Durkee, the Democratic treasurer charged with fraud, to “replenish their funds by seeking new donations from contributors who have already donated the maximum

Professor Rotunda Quoted on FPPC

November 12, 2011 by | Faculty

Professor Rotunda, who is one of five appointed panel members for the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission, has been quoted in the Sacramento Bee for his criticisms of the Commission’s new chairwoman, Ann Ravel. Professor Rotunda said that Ravel is working to “help politicians who don’t like the FFPC regulations.” Furthermore, in response to Ravel’s

Professor Rotunda Mentioned in Article

August 13, 2009 by | Faculty

Professor Ronald Rotunda was mentioned in an article in the Sacramento Bee entitled, “USC law professor named to California political watchdog panel.”  The article focused on the most recent appointment to the Fair Political Practices Commission but mentioned that Rotunda was appointed to the five-person commission in mid-June. Read more …

Professor Rotunda Appointed to CA Fair Political Practices Commission

June 18, 2009 by | Faculty

Professor Ronald Rotunda was the subject of an article published in the Sacramento Bee, entitled “Veteran law professor and ethics expert appointed to FPPC.”  The article announces his appointment to the California Fair Political Practices Commission and lists other accomplishments. “The FPPC is fortunate to have such a distinguished legal scholar join the Commission,” FPPC

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