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IS IT A CRIME? Former Gov. Ben Cayetano convinced campaign spending commissioners to refer his complaint against a super PAC that targeted him during the 2012 election to the prosecutor for further criminal action

BY MALIA ZIMMERMAN - HONOLULU – Hawaii’s state campaign spending commissioners want the Honolulu city prosecutor to investigate a case brought by former Gov. Ben Cayetano against Pacific Resource Partnership’s political action committee. Pacific Resource Partnership, an affiliate of the Hawaii…

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Hawaii political action committee under fire for non-disclosure »

11:04 am | BY MALIA ZIMMERMAN - HONOLULU – Hawaii’s state campaign spending commissioners want the Honolulu city prosecutor to investigate a case brought by former Gov. Ben Cayetano against Pacific Resource Partnership’s political action committee. Pacific Resource Partnership, an affiliate of the Hawaii Carpenters Union, didn't disclose several hundred thousand dollars it spent on consultants in an effort…

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IS IT A CRIME? Former Gov. Ben Cayetano convinced campaign spending commissioners to refer his complaint against a super PAC that targeted him during the 2012 election to the prosecutor for further criminal action

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