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It is the duty of our public servants to act in our best interests. What happens when they err? If a government official implements a bad decision, erroneously or maliciously, can he or she be held responsible for the results, be they financial or criminal?
In the Torah’s view, is a public servant or government entity held accountable?
Query Submitted by a Shliach in Illinois
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