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Schwarzenegger TV California state budget ad that cost him a fine of $30,000

During the California state budget crisis of 2009, Governor Schwarzenegger and the legislature were at an impasse. After June 30, 2009, the state began to operate without a budget. TV ads were aired in which the governor asked Californians to "stand for California," i.e., support his position on the budget. In 2012, however, "Schwarzenegger and his California Dream Team ballot committee have agreed to pay the fines to the Fair Political Practices Commission," according to a report in the Los Angeles Times. The report is at http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2012/03/ethics-agency.html The fine was reported to be $30,000.
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