So asks the Wall Street Journal, who notes that Republican Ohio AG Mike DeWine's Chesley-led lawsuit against Fannie Mae has so far cost American taxpayers $132 million. We've long covered Stan Chesley's role in the Kentucky fen-phen scandal.
Why is Stan Chesley working for Ohio state pension funds?
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