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Lobbyist on Trial for Allegedly Bribing Official on WC Claims Management Contract

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | 494 | 0 | 9 min read

A jailed state official is set to testify today against a lobbyist who, prosecutors say, spent thousands of dollars in bribes to win a claims management contract for Kentucky state government's public-employee workers' compensation program. Former state cabinet Secretary Tim Longmeyer, who pleaded guilty in 2016 to his role in the wide-ranging bribery scandal, was brought from federal prison in Alabama to Lexington, where he was set to take the stand today against James Sullivan in a federal courthouse. Sullivan, who prosecutors said was one of the most active and influential lob...

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