WASHINGTON - Nearly two years, $43,000 dollars, and 300 staff hours after it began, the Office of Thrift Supervision's fantasy sports scandal is over.

An independent arbitrator ended the saga by ruling against the agency this month in a grievance brought by the OTS' unionized employees. He ordered the agency to pay legal costs, reimburse its employees for lost pay, and rescind the reprimands it had issued to them.

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