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U.S. Chamber Works Behind the Scenes to Gut Whistleblower Protections


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U.S. Chamber Works Behind the Scenes to Gut Whistleblower Protections

Jessica Mason

Jonathan Diesenhaus, a lawyer with Hogan Lovells US LLP, claimed that the qui tam statute gives too much power to whistleblowers "with less than honorable intentions." Diesenhaus wrote a report on state qui tam statutes and FCAs for the Chamber's ILR, and


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Where I live defrauding the federal government is a prerequisite for becoming governor. Seventy-five repetitions of the fifth amendment didn't hurt, either...


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I think this is a good piece of reporting about something not a lot of people would otherwise be award of, but for some reason, most of the article, is restated twice. An editor needs to fix this.


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Now that Bernie is out of the way, the rape and pillage of the American treasury can continue unabated. Way to go HRC supporters, time for a victory lap and high fives.


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Words as the weapon of truth! Yeah.


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Having read the comments i must say they are adorned with a ripping dark sarcasm that is ever so accurate. Maybe there is intelligent life on earth. Thanks all.