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Aide files $3.5 million claim against Petersen (access required)

State Treasurer David Petersen (File photo)State Treasurer David Petersen’s former chief of staff has filed a $3.5 million whistleblower claim alleging he suffered reprisals after cooperating in an Attorney General’s investigation of the office. Tony Malaj still works for the Treasurer’s Office, but has been stripped of his responsibilities, which also included serving as Mr. Petersen’s ...

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