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After Firing Employee With Special Needs, Wal-Mart To Pay Up - Disability Scoop

A former Wal-Mart employee with intellectual disabilities will receive $90,000 from the company to settle a federal disability discrimination lawsuit, the EEOC said.

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Sexual Orientation Discrimination: Who Will Put on the Big Boy Pants?

For several years the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has been advocating the position that discrimination based on sexual orientation amounts to unlawful sex discrimination. 510 more words

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Discrimination Lawsuit Against City And County Of Denver Heads To Trial

By Jeff Todd

DENVER (CBS4) – A class action lawsuit nearly a decade in the making against the City and County of Denver will go to trial Monday morning. 513 more words

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