Getting Rich off the Government Liquor Monopoly

The Commonwealth Foundation highlights the curious role change of one state employee:

This year, Conti resigned under the cloud of an ethics investigation into allegations that he took gifts from PLCB contractors. Where did he go next? He took a job as an “emergency consultant” for, bizarrely, the PLCB.

A version of this blog originally appeared on CronyChronicles.org, a project of the Charles Koch Institute. The Institute republished it here on September 17, 2015.

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