Milwaukee Trustees May Face Ethics Probe

Lewis, Jakema
December 2004
Investment Management Weekly;12/13/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p4
Reports on the investigation of Milwaukee County officials regarding the expense account abuses by several former pension board members in Wisconsin. Statement given by John Carter, chairman of the county's Ethics Board, on the investigation; Information on potential violations of the board member.


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