The state Court of Appeals has made it easier for state employees to blowthe whistle on co-workers’ or superiors’ wrongdoing.

In a case of first impression, the court held last week that the state’s”whistle-blower” statute should be broadly interpreted to protect publicemployees’ jobs.

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