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SEANC Files SEC Whistleblower Complaint Over Potential Pay to Play By Treasurer Janet Cowell & Erskine Bowles

The State Employees Association of North Carolina today announced the filing of a complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of the Whistleblower for possible breaches of the SEC’s “pay-to-play” rule involving State Treasurer Janet Cowell, former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles and his wife, JP Morgan Board of Directors member Crandall Bowles.

“This is the type of abuse we were afraid we would find when we investigated the fees associated with our retirement system,” said SEANC Executive Director Dana Cope. “We won’t stand for our members’ retirement security and hard-earned money being used as a bargaining chip in a political game.”

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31st Annual SEANC Convention

31st Annual SEANC Convention

September 4-6, 2014

Koury Convention Center

Greensboro

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To contact staff members, please call 919-833-6436 or 800-222-2758

Director – Kevin LeCount klecount@seanc.org

Member Strength Data SpecialistLaresha Fortson lfortson@seanc.org

Member Strength Organizer – Pamela Foxx pfoxx@seanc.org

Member Strength Organizer – C.J. Stephens cstephens@seanc.org