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CHIBA (Kyodo) Chiba Gov. Kensaku Morita is facing fresh allegations linked to his fundraising activities, with education groups claiming he skipped taxes on fees he received for speeches between 2005 and 2007 before he was elected.

A parent-teacher association in Chiba Prefecture said Wednesday that Morita put more than ¥800,000 in fees he received for speaking to three education groups into the account of his fund management body, thus evading taxes on the money.

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