L.A. officials may pay for violations
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Two Los Angeles City Council members are expected to find out Tuesday morning whether they'll have to pay fines for alleged campaign finance law violations.
The ethics commission says Herb Wesson and Richard Alarcon accepted contributions that exceeded the $500 cap during their races for Council.
The commission also claims Alarcon accepted a donation from a registered lobbyist.
Wesson could have to pay a $3,000 fine, and Alarcon, $2,650.
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