Coakley, who is running for the Democratic nomination for Massachusetts governor, also agreed to pay $6,000 to the state to cover the cost of the review.
The Office of Campaign and Political Finance concluded Coakley’s state committee violated campaign finance law when her former U.S. Senate committee paid for services that should have been covered by Coakley’s state committee.
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