Center Figure of of D.C. Campaign Finance Probe Resigns

Jeffrey E. Thompson, the District businessman at the center of a federal investigation into campaign finance has stepped down as chairman of D.C. Chartered Health Plan, which holds a lucrative city contract to manage health care for low-income District residents. That contract, worth as much as $322 million yearly, is the city’s largest and accounts for nearly all of Chartered’s business.
April 17, 2012

Jeffrey E. Thompson, the District businessman at the center of a federal investigation into campaign finance has stepped down as chairman of D.C. Chartered Health Plan, which holds a lucrative city contract to manage health care for low-income District residents. That contract, worth as much as $322 million yearly, is the city’s largest and accounts for nearly all of Chartered’s business.

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