MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A whistleblower who called out corruption involving a state representative and Central Alabama Community College (CACC) won a landmark U.S. Supreme Court victory, but is still paying a “drastic” price in the aftermath of the ruling. Whistleblower Edward Lane sued Central Alabama Community College and its president, Steve Franks, alleging they retaliated against him by terminating his employment as the head of a school program for at-risk youth after he helped convict a legislator who was on the program’s payroll even though she was performing no work for it. The Supreme Court sided with Mr. Lane, overturning the rulings of two ... Read More
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