A decision by a California appeals court has made it increasingly unlikely that voters will know before election day who is behind an $11-million campaign donation from an Arizona nonprofit group.

By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times
November 3, 2012

SACRAMENTO — A Friday decision by a California appeals court has made it increasingly unlikely that voters will know before election day who is behind a controversial $11-million campaign donation from an Arizona nonprofit group.

The court declined to order the group to turn over records to the state’s campaign finance watchdog while a legal dispute over the audit continues.

California’s Fair Political Practices Commission wanted records on Thursday so it could begin determining whether the nonprofit is improperly shielding its contributors’ identities.

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