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Whistling in the wind

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Last week, a federal jury voted against Donna "Chris" Lindamood in her sexual-discrimination suit against the Orange-Osceola State Attorney's Office. She argued she was fired in 1998 for blowing the whistle on pay inequity and favoritism; the state attorney's office argued she was fired for being a nuisance. Lindamood plans to appeal.


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