Federal jury awards $5.5M in US Steel discrimination lawsuit

Federal jury awards $5.5 M in US Steel discrimination suit
PITTSBURGH (AP) – A federal court jury in Pittsburgh states U.S. Steel must pay a previous worker $5.5 million who asserts he was terminated because of …
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