#7281599 at 2019-07-31 23:12:26 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9316: Because He Knows What's Going To Happen Edition
Former Iowa state official known for his frequent workplace praise of the late rapper Tupac Shakur to file a whistleblower claim, alleging he lost his job after objecting to a pay arrangement for the governor's deputy chief of staff.
Ousted Iowa director to file whistleblower case, lawyer says
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - The ousted Iowa Department of Human Services director will pursue a wrongful termination lawsuit, alleging he was let go after objecting to a pay arrangement for the governor's deputy chief of staff, his lawyer said Wednesday.
JerryFoxhoven, a 67-year-old legal scholar known for his frequent workplace praise of the late rapper Tupac Shakur, will file a whistleblower claim with the State Appeal Board, his attorney Tom Duff said. That's the first step toward pursuing a lawsuit against state government.
Foxhoven is expected to announce the action at a news conference Thursday. It's the latest development stemming from a personnel decision that has put Gov. Kim Reynolds on the defensive and prompted inquiries by state and federal watchdogs.
#6778077 at 2019-06-18 09:15:26 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8669: Vanderbilt gone but never scrubbed Edition
Resignations in the news today - part 2
Halvorson resigns from Whalan City Council
Five retiring Monroe High School teachers honored
Andrus Ansip resigns from European Commission
Teacher who helped start Auburn's ELL program retiring after 31 years
Ottawa Chamber executive director resigns
Investigation shows Lt. Col. in charge of Corps' 1st Recon was fired for alleged 'misconduct' but has not been charged
Essex board president Johnson resigns
Pratt Institute celebrates the legacies of several retiring faculty members
Chicago's last GOP lawmaker resigns after 23 years
FWCS Superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson to retire
Human Services Director JerryFoxhoven resigns at governor's request
Retiring AD Greg Kaszubski achieved a lot during 30 years at Clarence
Mineral Point seeks girls basketball coach after Matt Austin resigns
State Rep. Michael McAuliffe Retires
Search begins for new Baylor County Sheriff following resignation
Sandy Goldstein to retire from Stamford downtown district post
Cuyahoga County's Department of Development loses a second administrator
Under growing tension, heralded turnaround leader Sharon Griffin resigns as head of achievement district
Friends celebrate career of retiring Pocatello Police Chief