Judge Doubts California's Need for Koch Group Donor NamesBy
State attorney general accused by federal judge of `laziness'
Americans for Prosperity fears reprisals if donors publicized
A federal judge questioned why California needs to know who donates to a foundation started by billionaire brothers Charles and David Kochand accused the state attorney general of “laziness” for demanding the confidential information.
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