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L.A. MARATHON FIRM HIT FOR ILLEGAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
Published September 28, 1994
The L.A. TIMES reports Los Angeles Marathon, Inc., the company that runs the L.A. Marathon, has reportedly admitted to laundering thousands of dollars for the campaigns of former L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley, Oakland Mayor Elihu Harris and others. The company has been fined $436,000 by the L.A. Ethics Commission and the CA state Fair Political Practices Commission. The firm admitted to being the "true source" of 137 campaign contributions while "illicitly" reimbursing its employees (L.A. TIMES, 9/27).