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Tammy Pust named Minnesota’s chief administrative law judge

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Tammy Pust

Tammy Pust, a former Roseville City Council member and candidate for Ramsey County attorney in 2010, has been named the chief administrative law judge at the Office of Administrative Hearings.

Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Pust to replace Raymond Krause, who has resigned, effective May 3.

Pust is currently chief legal and compliance officer at the Minnesota Department of Education.

The Office of Administrative Hearings conducts administrative law hearings for most state agencies and many local governments, as well as all hearings on workers’ compensation benefits claims. The office also exercises general supervision over state agency rule making.

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