Panel says Nebraska's attorney general violated campaign law
LINCOLN, Neb. (KTIV) -
A state panel has ruled Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning violated a campaign disclosure law. He failed to report his ownership stake in a $675,000 lake home. The Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission approved a settlement with Republican attorney general. Brunning could have faced a $2,000 fine but the commision voted not to assess a penalty. He bought the home through a time-share agreement with two executives. The commission ruled that Bruning didn't properly disclose his ownership in the house in 2009.
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