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The Whistleblogger

Hearing Examines Health of Federal Whistleblowing, Finds Alarming Changes

Linda Lewis, September 18, 2014

This piece originally appeared on Whistleblowing Today and has been republished here with permission by the author.

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A Stunning Reversal

Michael Winston, September 12, 2014

The following is the third blog in a three-part series detailing my story about being a Bank of America/Countrywide Financial Corporation whistleblower. The first piece detailed the numerous violations I witnessed at the company. Yesterday's piece shows how I prevailed in a court of law.

A Nation of Laws?

Bea Edwards, September 11, 2014

This article first appeared in the Huffington Post.

The Jury's Decision

Michael Winston, September 11, 2014

The following is the second of a three-part blog series covering my story about being a Bank of America/Countrywide Financial Corporation whistleblower. Yesterday's piece detailed the numerous violations I witnessed at the company. Today's entry shows why I initially prevailed in a court of law. Part Three of the story will be posted tomorrow.

Hearing Highlights: Representatives Unite Behind Whistleblowers

Shanna Devine, September 10, 2014

Yesterday’s hearing by the House Oversight Government Reform (OGR) Committee’s Federal Workforce, US Postal Service and Census Subcommittee “Examining the Administration’s Treatment of Whistleblowers” provided a refreshingly bipartisan platform for Congress to unite behind whistleblowers.

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