Since 2014, juries have ordered the state to pay more than $16 million in damages in discrimination lawsuits against various state agencies, including $4 million this year against the department of corrections.
Since 2014, juries have ordered the state to pay more than $16 million in damages in discrimination lawsuits against various state agencies, including $4 million this year against the department of corrections.
Since 2014, juries have ordered the state to pay more than $16 million in damages in discrimination lawsuits against various state agencies, including $4 million this year against the department of corrections.
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