SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former California state Sen. Leland Yee has pleaded not guilty to an expanded indictment in his corruption case that included two new charges of money-laundering.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports Yee entered his plea on Thursday. The San Francisco Democrat was first charged in April of accepting $62,000 in bribes from FBI agents posing as contributors.

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A new indictment in July accused Yee and Keith Jackson, who acted as Yee’s consultant and fundraiser, of collecting illicit contributions.

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The latest federal grand jury indictment, issued Jan. 29, added allegations that Yee and Jackson had tried to conceal the source of bribes Yee allegedly received for arranging a meeting between a donor and another lawmaker and for smuggling guns from the Philippines.

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