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21-ordinance campaigns filed most recent donation disclosures

BY DI STAFF | NOVEMBER 02, 2010 7:15 AM

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On Oct. 28, the anti-and pro-21ordinance groups filed their most recent campaign disclosure reports. The last reports were due Oct. 19.

The Iowa City Safety Committee, led by bar owners Jim Mondanaro and Leah Cohen, reported $2,250 raised in donations. The four contributions spanned from Oct. 20 to Oct. 22, the largest of which — $1,000 — coming from Fieldhouse Investments in Coralville.

The pro-21 group, 21 Makes Sense, reported a $30 donation on Oct. 15 and Oct. 21 donation for $25.

The student anti-21 campaign, Yes for Entertaining Students Safely, reported one donation of $733.25 on Oct. 19.

The groups reported these numbers to the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board along with their expenditures.

— by Maria Gibbs


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