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D.C. lottery whistleblower suit moves forward

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A federal judge has allowed to move forward several of the claims in a whistleblower lawsuit filed by Eric Payne, a former top contracting official who worked for the D.C. chief financial officer. Payne claims in his lawsuit that he was fired in January 2009 after accusing Chief Financial Officer Natwar Gandhi of interfering with the city's $40 million lottery contract. He says Gandhi told him...

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