June 6, 2012

California to Investigate National Organization for Marriage

Now 2nd State with Active Investigation of NOM


SACRAMENTO, CA – In a surprise move, the state of California’s ethics office just announced that it will investigate Fred Karger’s complaint against the Washington, DC based NOM.  In his sworn complaint of May 17th, Karger alleged that NOM did not report over $340,000 that it raised to pass Proposition 8 four years ago.  California joins the state of Maine which is in its third year of its investigation of NOM, the leading anti-gay marriage organization in the country.

HereÂ’s the letter Karger received yesterday from Gary Winuk, the Chief Enforcement Officer of the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC):