Wal-Mart Women STILL Seeking Justice in Sex Discrimination Case

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    Supreme Court = Alabama Walmart Workers , Arkansas Walmart Workers , Betty Dukes , Class Action Lawsuit , Class Action Suit , Dukes v. Walmart , Edith Arana , Georgia Walmart Workers , Mississippi Walmart Workers , North Carolina Walmart Workers , Patricia Surgeson , Eeoc , Sex Discrimination , Wal-Mart , Business News

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    The women who say Walmart discriminates aren't giving up.

    Five hundred female employees in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi and North Carolina filed discrimination charges last week with the Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission, a federal agency that litigates on behalf of workers against their employers.

    The filings will pave the way for women to continue their fight in lower courts after being turned away last summer by the Supreme Court in their class action against Walmart. The women argue that Walmart systematically favors men over women for raises and promotions.

    The new filings also send a message to the giant retailer: Despite the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Dukes vs. Wal-Mart, the women will continue in their quest for justice.

    Walmart Women Still Seek Justice In Sex Discrimination Case
     
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    Damn it, this is judicial lottery.

    Come on 7, mama wants your shoes..........
     

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