SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — California’s anti-gay marriage Proposition 8 campaign committee was facing $49,000 in fines for its handling and reporting of political contributions.

The enforcement staff of the state Fair Political Practices Commission proposed the fines on 18 counts against—Yes on 8.

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The committee failed to properly file public reports disclosing late contributions and contributions of more than $5,000. The committee also failed to properly disclose an anonymous $10,000 contribution.

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The Fair Political Practices Commission would consider the enforcement staff recommendation on Aug. 16.

The committee had agreed to the violations and fines.

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Proposition 8, passed by voters in 2008, amends the state constitution to limit marriage to a man and a woman. It was struck down by a federal appeals court.