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A whistleblower and two former coworkers who supported her efforts have been awarded $630,000 in lost wages and damages after the Department of Labor won a consent judgment against the Cement Masons Southern California Trust Funds. 

Cheryle Robbins, who was director of the CMSCTF audit and collections department, reported what she believed was lawbreaking behavior by a trustee with regard to CMSCTF’s retirement and benefit plans. 

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