As chief counsel to the state Department of Environmental Protection, Anne Rapkin is paid to give advice on environmental laws and their application. Evidently, she claims, she’s not giving the advice her bosses want to hear.

Rapkin, in two separate federal complaints, claims the DEP hierarchy has stripped her of most of her duties and criticized her unfairly because she has spoken out on “matters of public health and environmental protection.”

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