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January 26, 2013


January 26, 2013

This organization deserves way more scrutiny like it's starting to receive in the local press since Cindy Chavez is now running it. For an example of how things are run, check out the LA Times stories on how Martin Ludlow ran the LA equivalent of the South Bay Labor Council.

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In April 2006, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge David Horwitz sentenced Ludlow to three years' probation and $45,000 in fines and costs for conspiring to illegally divert school employees' union funds to his 2003 election campaign. Ludlow was banned from holding elected office for four years.[14] In June of that year, federal Judge Manuel Real sentenced him to five years' probation and 2,000 hours of community service and ordered Ludlow to return $36,400 to the school employees' union. Ludlow was barred from serving in leadership position with any union for thirteen years. Ludlow had earlier been fined $105,000 by the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission for violating city campaign laws.[15]

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