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St. Cloud Settles Officer’s Discrimination Lawsuit

The city of St. Cloud has settled a discrimination lawsuit filed by a police officer for $73,000, but admits no liability or wrongdoing. Officer Sean Lathrop sued the city and several members of the police department in federal court.

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Gay St. Cloud Police Officer Lawsuit Stands

Settlement talks are set next month in a federal lawsuit filed by a former St. Cloud police officer who alleges the police department discriminated against him because he's gay.

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Sauk Rapids, Former Worker Reached $31K Settlement

The city of Sauk Rapids has agreed to pay a former employee more than $31,000 to settle a gender-discrimination claim.

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St. Cloud School District to Spend $37K for Lawsuit

The St. Cloud school district expects to spend about $37,000 on legal fees to defend itself in a federal discrimination investigation that ended in a settlement.

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EEOC Alleges Age Discrimination at Texas Roadhouse

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit accusing the Texas Roadhouse restaurant chain of age discrimination in hiring "front of the house" employees.

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Record Companies Plan Music Downloading Appeal

Recording industry attorneys are appealing a recent ruling that reduced the amount of money a Minnesota woman must pay for willfully violating the copyrights of 24 songs.

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Supreme Court Dismisses GOP Senators’ Shutdown Lawsuit

Minnesota's highest court has dismissed a petition from four Republican state senators seeking to prevent the judicial branch from authorizing state spending in a government shutdown. The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the matter properly belongs before a lower court.

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New York Man To Sue St. John’s, Alleging Abuse

A New York man is suing St. John's Abbey and the Order of St. Benedict in Collegeville, alleging a former abbot abused him years ago at a Bronx church. Attorneys for the alleged victim say in a news release their client was abused by Abbot Timothy Kelly in 1966 and 1967, when the victim was an altar boy at St. Anselm's church in New York, where Kelly was an associate pastor.

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MN Political Map Case Returns To Federal Court

A judge will decide whether a lawsuit involving Minnesota's political maps will proceed in federal court.

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Lesbian Teens Shake Up Champlin Park Pep Fest

A civil rights group is threatening to take Minnesota's largest school district to court if it doesn't permit two lesbian teens to walk into pep fest as a couple on Monday afternoon.

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