WASHINGTON — The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has ordered five firms to pay $4.48 million for unfairly using bond proceeds to pay reimburse themselves for membership fees they paid to the California Public Securities Association, a lobbying group.

Of the $4.48 million, $3.35 million are fines and $1.13 million is restitution to be paid to issuers in California.

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