Former state Sen. Joe Dunn, who is no doubt the least respected Democrat in California, served as chief executive officer of the California Medical Association.
He later became executive director of the State Bar. He was fired from that post in 2014.
On Monday an arbitrator rejected his claim against the agency.
Arbitrator Edward Infante had conducted a trial-like hearing into Dunn’s allegations last month in Los Angeles, and Monday’s 30-page ruling exonerated the State Bar, which had said it fired Dunn in 2014 for misleading the agency’s board about critical policy matters.
Infante found that Dunn had, indeed, misled the board.
No one in Sacramento can be surprised. Dunn was perhaps the least honest legislators ever to walk the halls of the Capitol.
Read the whole story in the Sacramento Bee