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June 15, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO and PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Due to "an anomaly" in California's campaign laws, the group pushing for a study and possible vote on San Fernando Valley secession is not required to disclose finances, expenditures or contributors--but it could be, according to a report by the city's Ethics Commission. The report offers no recommendations on whether secession group Valley VOTE should be made to reveal its financial backers. However, it concludes that Los Angeles leaders have the power to force disclosure.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO and PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Due to "an anomaly" in California's campaign laws, the group pushing for a study and possible vote on San Fernando Valley secession is not required to disclose finances, expenditures or contributors--but it could be, according to a report by the city's Ethics Commission. The report offers no recommendations on whether secession group Valley VOTE should be made to reveal its financial backers. However, it concludes that Los Angeles leaders have the power to force disclosure.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Studying the financial consequences of San Fernando Valley secession will be more costly and complex than previously thought, according to a county analysis of the issues that must be reviewed before a breakup of Los Angeles could take place. Because of the tremendous volume of information that would have to be scrutinized to divide Los Angeles' unwieldy mass of assets and liabilities, a fiscal study could cost as much as $8.1 million, and possibly more.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Studying the financial consequences of San Fernando Valley secession will be more costly and complex than previously thought, according to a county analysis of the issues that must be reviewed before a breakup of Los Angeles could take place. Because of the tremendous volume of information that would have to be scrutinized to divide Los Angeles' unwieldy mass of assets and liabilities, a fiscal study could cost as much as $8.1 million, and possibly more.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Studying the financial consequences of San Fernando Valley secession will be more costly and complex than previously thought, according to a county analysis of the issues that must be reviewed before a breakup of Los Angeles could take place. Due to the "tremendous" volume of information that would have to be scrutinized to divide Los Angeles' unwieldy mass of assets and liabilities, a fiscal study could cost as much as $8.1 million, and possibly more.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Studying the financial consequences of San Fernando Valley secession will be more costly and complex than previously thought, according to a county analysis of the issues that must be reviewed before a breakup of Los Angeles could take place. Due to the "tremendous" volume of information that would have to be scrutinized to divide Los Angeles' unwieldy mass of assets and liabilities, a fiscal study could cost as much as $8.1 million, and possibly more.
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