Calif. ethics board won't probe Schwarzenegger affair
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KABC) -- California's ethics commission is not going to investigate former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The commission rejected a request to investigate whether Schwarzenegger violated state laws during his affair with a housekeeper.
The Los Angeles County Democratic Party had asked for an investigation into whether campaign money was used to cover up the relationship that produced a child.
The Fair Political Practices Commission says the information the party provided was insufficient. The party acknowledges it had no specific allegations.
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