The FPPC has 180 days to act on the complaint the party filed today. I'm sure if they hadn't file it, someone else would've.
And in a showing of renewed reason since his attempt to intervene in the Prop. 77 litigation, Speaker Nunez says he'll stay out of this one:
Although one of the complaints filed with the FPPC came from the Democratic Party, the ranking Democrat in the Assembly said he was not interested in conducting a legislative investigation.Note too a similar complaint was filed by Petaluma parents who claim their son's death was tied to steroid use. It'll (obviously) be easier for the Gov to browbeat the CDP over their complaint than a teary-eyed Mom and Dad.
"My decision is to stay as far away from this as possible," said Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, D-Los Angeles. "It's going to take a lot to convince me that the Legislature ought to have a role."