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Monday, March 07, 2005

Complaint filed against allegedly antigay Bush appointee

The head of the federal office responsible for protecting government whistle-blowers, who last year removed references to sexual orientation from the agency's Web site, is now the focus of a complaint filed Thursday by some of his own employees, who say he is undermining laws that encourage workers to expose wrongdoing. Scott Bloch, who runs the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, refuses to enforce laws that protect whistle-blowers in the federal workplace, especially gays, and is retaliating against his own staff, the employees alleged.


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