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Envision Ogden official investigation report released

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Last week I wrote about the ongoing investigation into Ogden's campaign finance scandal surrounding Envision Ogden. The report that I referred to in that story has now been released.---

In short, critics alleged the mayor and other business people of soliciting donations from individuals, organizations and corporations under the guise that the donations would be used to celebrate outdoor-rec' businesses in Ogden and attract new ones, but instead the money was funneled/laundered through another group before a huge chunk of it ended up in the campaign coffers of a couple city councilman. Read more here: Envision Ogden: State Investigating Campaign Finance Scandal

I had agreed to embargo the report until Nov. 16, with the caveat that if it popped up anywhere else that I would also post it. It popped up on another website within the last hour. 

Utah State Bureau Investigation report on Envision Ogden campaign finance scandal

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