WISGOP Assemblyman pays sex-assault defense with campaign funds

The campaign of embattled state Rep. Bill Kramer has paid $10,000 to defend him against sexual assault charges, raising questions about whether the payments violate state campaign law.


State law allows politicians to use campaign funds for their legal defense, but only against allegations that they had broken election or campaign finance laws.

Via Cognitive Dissidence: Wild Bill’s Wild Bills.

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