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The released report also states that Olson found that Richardson "was untruthful" to him about the fact that she gave "direction to (an unnamed county employee) to increase the amount of" unused vacation and sick time she would have been able to cash in for the 2013-14 county budget.
Do they have to cash in all the time at viewers' expense, with premier rate phone-ins?
Such a move would allow the company to cash in on a hot brand in order to concentrate on its bingo parlor business and other leisure industry pursuits.