Jennifer Dalton wanted to work a few more years in her role as legal counsel for the state, before taking a full retirement. But... State lawyer says Toomey fired her in retaliation

Jennifer Dalton wanted to work a few more years in her role as legal counsel for the state, before taking a full retirement. But almost immediately, an investigation by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution found that Dalton began resisting what she calls “potential violations of state and federal law.” Assigned to the Department of Public Health at the early stages of the pandemic, Dalton said that same resistance to pressure from the department’s commissioner, Dr. Kathleeen Toomey, cost her her job.

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