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Topic - Bob Stern
The hot issue of Tuesday's special runoff election for an open House seat in Los Angeles isn't the economy, immigration or Medicaid — it's gangs, thanks to what may be the most jaw-dropping political attack ad ever run.
There is no ethical guideline that would have prevented Schubert from speaking out during the Proposition 8 campaign, said Bob Stern, former president of the Center for Governmental Studies in Los Angeles and a former general counsel for the California Fair Political Practices Commission.