Last week Glenn Jackson resigned from his position as the director of the driver’s license division at the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

He had been on mandatory leave since February pending an investigation into his professional behavior – an investigation which revealed accusations that, among other things, he had treated young female employees differently from other employees – but during that time Jackson’s name continued to appear on documents issued by the DOT.

Including legal documents where Jackson’s signature was intended as a certification.

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