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Program manager at the Wyoming State Museum, Marie Wilson-McKee claimed that her supervisors retaliated against her because she opposed giving back community artifacts that had been given to the museum. She was forced to resign in 2004 after being reassigned to a lower paying job that involved no work. Wilson-McKee filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the state alleging violations of her First Amendment rights, breach of contract and age discrimination. The state has agreed to pay $250,000 to settle the federal civil rights lawsuit. (May-25-06) [BILLINGS GAZETTE]
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Published on May-26-06
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