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California Indian Tribe sued by California FPPC

The California Fair Political Practices Commission has sued the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians for the Band's failure to file timely reports ot $8 million in donations. The tribe has asserted the defense of its immunity to state government regulation. The case will be heard on Wednesday. The AP story on the subject is here. The website of the FPPC has most, if not all, of the documents in the case here.