And They’re Off In Lawsuit

A former federal track officer and racing judge credited with blowing the whistle on misinformation that affected horse wagering is suing to regain his old job. The Federal Court application follows the officer’s firing for “insubordination” by the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency, a board that supervises betting at racetracks nationwide.

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