Age-discrimination case against Medford begins
Former and current Medford employees allege the city is guilty of age discrimination in a lawsuit being heard this week in Jackson County Circuit Court.
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#1 Sep 8, 2010
"...In addition, Doyle and Miller, a former Medford police officer, were awarded $50,000 each in damages for emotional distress..."
Wow, even the cops have learned how to work the system!
And, who is burdened with the costs of "emotional distress?"
Every Working Class Hero, aka those in the private sector, doing the same jobs of government workers, at HALF the pay, and HALF the benefits!
#2 Sep 8, 2010
Bulls eye dole.
#3 Sep 9, 2010
Thanks Carry -
Until Oregonians stop capitulating to the public employee's unions, there will be no stopping them from robbing our wallets for more at tax time, or anytime.
That includes whining cops, representated by another union, demanding $50,000 for "emotional distress."
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