LOS ANGELES -- A California watchdog commission has concluded an investigation into possible conflicts of interest over several local bond issues by declining to take enforcement action against Stanislaus County officials.

The California Fair Political Practices Commission instead sent two warning letters to former county Chief Administrative Officer Lamar Bartholomew and current county Supervisor Nick Blom for allegedly violating the state's Political Reform Act.

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