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FORMER TOP SENATOR FORFEITS $90,000 IN OCPF SETTLEMENT

Former Sen. Richard Moore served in the Legislature from 1977 until he was defeated by Republican Ryan Fattman in 2014. [Photo: SHNS/File 2004]

A former top Beacon Hill Democrat has made a $48,000 payment to the state's general fund as part of an agreement with regulators to resolve campaign finance issues including a failure to disclose roughly $175,000 in credit card expenditures made by his committee.

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