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March 10, 2014 12:00 AM

Dan Walters: Once again, workers’ compensation tinged with scandal

When the FBI conducted a years-long undercover investigation of influence-peddling in the state Capitol during the 1980s, agents posed as businessmen seeking special state treatment for a fictional shrimp-processing plant.

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