Dana Cope resigns as executive director of the State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC) during a brief press conference held at the organization’s offices in Raleigh on Feb. 10. Cope quit two days after a News & Observer story raised questions about his spending practices, and a day after Wake District Attorney Lorrin Freeman requested a criminal inquiry by the State Bureau of Investigation.
Dana Cope resigns as executive director of the State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC) during a brief press conference held at the organization’s offices in Raleigh on Feb. 10. Cope quit two days after a News & Observer story raised questions about his spending practices, and a day after Wake District Attorney Lorrin Freeman requested a criminal inquiry by the State Bureau of Investigation. Raleigh
Dana Cope resigns as executive director of the State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC) during a brief press conference held at the organization’s offices in Raleigh on Feb. 10. Cope quit two days after a News & Observer story raised questions about his spending practices, and a day after Wake District Attorney Lorrin Freeman requested a criminal inquiry by the State Bureau of Investigation. Raleigh

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