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Feb. 5, 2014KANSAS CITY, Mo. |  By: C.Roush

Whistle Blower

Want to report your employer's legal violations? You might not be protected if a proposed bill passes. Bill sponsor Senator Brad Lager says the "whistle blower" umbrella is too wide.

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Kansas City Attorney Lynne Bratcher says limiting whistle blower protections will make it harder for people to speak up.

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The committee took no immediate action on the bill.