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Attorney's job is 'finished' at Treasury (access required)

A Phoenix attorney who says he was hired to deal with “shenanigans” and other matters at the Treasurer’s Office has completed his work. Don Dybus, who was employed as a part-time special assistant by Treasurer David Petersen in June for what he described as an assignment to prepare the office for the next treasurer, says he ...

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