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Ethics panel hears blogger’s complaint about ex-legislator

Hallum, convicted of election fraud in 2012, says amended reports filed

Posted: December 19, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Former state Rep. Hudson Hallum, D-Marion, said Wednesday that he’s corrected errors in his campaign finance reports, and is now reporting that he’s paid back $81,000 in campaign debt, after conservative blogger and accountant Jason Tolbert of Benton filed an ethics complaint against him in September.

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