BRADENTON, Fla. — Former Jefferson County commissioner Gary White has become the latest of nearly two dozen people and companies in Alabama convicted for corruption involving the county’s debt-clogged sewer system.

Federal Judge Scott Coogler sentenced White on Thursday to 10 years in prison on his conviction for accepting bribes from a sewer contractor whose company received millions of dollars in contracts with the county.

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